Books and Scholarship

  • Review of T.J. Gorringe, Earthly Visions: Theology and the Challenges of Art (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011), 254 pages.  “How does art contribute to faith? There is widespread agreement that it does, but little agreement on how exactly” [14]. […]

    Earthly Visions: A Review

    Review of T.J. Gorringe, Earthly Visions: Theology and the Challenges of Art (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011), 254 pages.  “How does art contribute to faith? There is widespread agreement that it does, but little agreement on how exactly” [14]. […]

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  • What does saving seeds have to do with splendor, or responsible waste disposal with wonder, or biodiversity with beauty? Everything, according to Belden Lane, especially when viewed through the lens of Reformed theology. For those who understand Reformed theology to […]

    Beauty, Ethics, and Reformed Spirituality

    What does saving seeds have to do with splendor, or responsible waste disposal with wonder, or biodiversity with beauty? Everything, according to Belden Lane, especially when viewed through the lens of Reformed theology. For those who understand Reformed theology to […]

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  • A Review of: Beauty Will Save the World: Recovering the Human in an Ideological Age, by Gregory Wolfe Wilmington, DE: ISI Books, 2011. 278 pages.

    Beauty Will Save the World: A Review

    A Review of: Beauty Will Save the World: Recovering the Human in an Ideological Age, by Gregory Wolfe Wilmington, DE: ISI Books, 2011. 278 pages.

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  • A Review of: Ker, Ian. G. K. Chesterton: A Biography. (Oxford, Oxford UP, 2011) In recent years, there has been an exciting revival of scholarly interest in G. K. Chesterton as indicated by books such as William Oddie’s The Romance […]

    Review of G.K. Chesterton: A Biography

    A Review of: Ker, Ian. G. K. Chesterton: A Biography. (Oxford, Oxford UP, 2011) In recent years, there has been an exciting revival of scholarly interest in G. K. Chesterton as indicated by books such as William Oddie’s The Romance […]

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  • When I moved from Texas to Scotland two years ago, the Bible I had read almost daily for 8 years and had used for most of my studies somehow got lost along the way. I still miss the feel of […]

    Variations on a Theme: A Book for All

    When I moved from Texas to Scotland two years ago, the Bible I had read almost daily for 8 years and had used for most of my studies somehow got lost along the way. I still miss the feel of […]

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  • Christopher R. Brewer, ed., Art that Tells the Story. Grand Rapids, MI: Gospel through Shared Experience, 2011. 102 pp., $24.99 paper. Don’t open the book right away. Put it in your hands, feel its heft, appreciate the cover. Are you ready? This […]

    Art that Tells the Story: A Review

    Christopher R. Brewer, ed., Art that Tells the Story. Grand Rapids, MI: Gospel through Shared Experience, 2011. 102 pp., $24.99 paper. Don’t open the book right away. Put it in your hands, feel its heft, appreciate the cover. Are you ready? This […]

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  • Review of Ephraim Radner, The World in the Shadow of God: An Introduction to Christian Natural Theology (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2010). Ephraim Radner delivers a stimulating essay on his vision of natural theology as an introduction to 129 […]

    The World in the Shadow of God: A Review

    Review of Ephraim Radner, The World in the Shadow of God: An Introduction to Christian Natural Theology (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2010). Ephraim Radner delivers a stimulating essay on his vision of natural theology as an introduction to 129 […]

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