The Gospel Coalition has posted an interview with the authors of Kingdom through Covenant: A Biblical-Theological Understanding of the Covenants, Peter Gentry and Stephen Wellum. Both are professors at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and have released a book this year that adds to the great output of recent SBTS authors (Jim Hamilton, Tom Schreiner, Russell Moore, Bruce Ware, etc), in which they propose what they believe to be a “Biblical Middle Way” between dispensational theology (DT) and covenant theology (CT). I’m very interested in this work as I’m still trying to sort out these two competing views of how one should put the whole Bible together.
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David Eugene Edwards (aka Woven Hand) is one of the most unique artists that I’ve heard, and is by far one of my favourites. His musical influences vary from Joy Division to American and European traditional folk music with lyrics heavily drawn from his Christian faith and the Bible. He is a fascinating character.
In this post I provide an introduction and overview of G. K. Beale’s The Temple and the Church’s Mission with the intention of giving potential readers a reason to pick it up. Check back later for my actual review.
Gordon Fee, Pauline Christology: An Exegetical-Theological Study(Peabody, Mass: Hendrickson, 2007).
I soon discovered that one of the perks in having a blog is that you can often get free resources in return for a review (favourable or otherwise). This is one of the ways in which I’m funding my digital seminary (not to be confused with the blog name!). It is a huge blessing to be given a book that I couldn’t afford only with the expectation that I read it and write about it. Not only is this a small price to pay but this forces me to pay close attention to what I’m reading, thereby furthering the quality and benefits of my study.