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Pilgrim Theology, By Michael Horton

The nice folk at Zondervan sent along, several weeks back, the galley proofs of Horton’s soon to be published (Feb 2013) book titled “Pilgrim Theology“. According to the publisher- This concise tour of Christian doctrine is an ideal resource for … Continue reading

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Tune In Now and Hear About Various Books

To the Zondervan livestream of course- at this moment it’s Bock discussing his work on Luke and Acts. Richard Bauckham is up soon.  Thanks again for doing this, ETS and Zondervan.  It really is something SBL and other biblical studies … Continue reading

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Livestreamed Lectures From ETS

Rather enjoying ‘being there’ via Zondervan’s ‘live streaming’.  Especially interesting is the presently ongoing presentation by Calvin Beisner on ‘Godly Stewardship’ of the planet and comparing it to ‘environmentalism’ or most specifically how ‘Christian environmentalism’ is in danger of being … Continue reading

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Bad Theology, Zondervan

Ever since Murdoch bought Zondervan it has declined in my estimation both for the quality of some of the things it publishes and even more so in its marketing of the products that it sells. For instance, I received this … Continue reading

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