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Category Archives: Book review
Hardwired – Finding the God You Already Know by James Miller is a breath of fresh air in the marketplace of Christian apologetics resources. Not that what’s already there is not high caliber, useful material, but it seems to be … Continue reading
[I have written two blog entries on this book, the other at my Arguing with Friends blog. I look at this book from two perspectives in these two reviews.] Donald J. Johnson’s book “How to talk to a Skeptic” is … Continue reading
The title “Experiencing God Without Losing Your Mind” (Stephen J. Bedard) intrigued me so I had to pick up a copy. It has been an ongoing observation of mine that the Christian Church (at least in Western Canada where I … Continue reading
It took me a while but I am finally wrapping up my review of Bauckham’s book. You can search the archives for the other 8 installments. In the final chapter Bauckham describes the importance of eyewitness testimony and he makes … Continue reading
My review of Richard Bauckham’s Jesus and the Eyewitnesses continues, albeit after a rather lengthy hiatus. Between my wife’s stay in the hospital and the fact that, frankly, Bauckham is a tough act to keep up on, I slowed down. … Continue reading
I’m all the way to Chapters 12 and 13. It’s still maintaining the edge-of-your-seat interest (as much as can be expected from an academic book) despite the earlier slow part in the middle. The theme of these chapters relates to … Continue reading