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Daily Archives: December 10, 2015
Originally posted on Bob on Books:
A History of Western Philosophy and Theology, John Frame. Phillipsburg, NJ: Puritan and Reformed Publishing Company, 2015 Summary: This is a survey and critique of the major philosophers and theologians of the West beginning…
Book Review (part 9: From Christian Apologists to Heresiologists) – ‘Neither Jew nor Greek’ by James D.G. Dunn
Originally posted on The Dustin Martyr Blog:
This is the ninth installment of my continuing recap/summary over James Dunn’s newest volume Neither Jew nor Greek. In this section I will cover his section entitled ‘Eusebius and the Heresiologists’ (40.3). Dunn offers this…
Elizabeth Camden. Until the Dawn. Minneapolis: Bethany House, 2015. See here to buy the book. Until the Dawn is set in the late nineteenth century. The mansion of Dierenpark is a tourist attraction in the Hudson River Valley. Dierenpark is … Continue reading