Book Review: Sin and Grace

Tony Lane should need no introduction – long time Professor of Historical Theology at LST, prolific author (including of the frankly marvellous Readers Guide to Calvin’s Institutes) and all-round good egg, it was a privilege to interact with him when I worked … Continued

A Man After God’s Own Heart?

“But what about David?“ That was what a male church leader commented on a Facebook post about allegations concerning Ravi Zacharias. “He was a man after God’s own heart“ Paul, a male early church leader, describes David thusly in Acts … Continued

Book Review: On the road with Saint Augustine

Smith should need no introduction, though if you have not come across him and his Cultural Liturgies project, or introductions to major themes in Christian thought, then this book would be a good place to start. On the Road is … Continued

Complete Darkness

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Trigger warning – this book contains extreme violence, speculative demonology, worryingly possible future scenarios, strong language, and lots of things I thoroughly disapprove of. An edited version of this post appears at Christian Today. One of the dangers of being … Continued

Book Review: Atonement and the New Perspective

It was a joy to be given a copy of this book by the author – a fellow Vineyard scholar/theologian, with whom I’ve shared genuine friendship, robust disagreement, and serious dialogue. Atonement and the New Perspective: The God of Israel, Covenant, … Continued

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