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Systematic Theology Book

Review: A Model for Evangelical Theology

Conclusion: A solid proposal of an intergative theological method that combines simple faith and academic rigor and is relationally permeated. Graham McFarlane has been teaching theology in the classroom for more than two decades and has supervised a bulk-load of research students. I am one of them (and gladly so). Since he is my doctoral […]

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Systematic Theology Biblical Theology Book

Review: God So Enters into Relationships That…

Conclusion: Fretheim’s theology in a nuce, easily understandable and brief, an illuminating and challenging take on the God-human relationship. Terence Fretheim is considered an Old Testament scholar who has significantly influenced Open Theist thinkers. This books shows why. It is a pleasant read and quite brief (144 pages), written in rather easy language and illustrated […]

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Systematic Theology Biblical Theology Book

Review: The Love of God

Conclusion: An important and balanced contribution to the ongoing debate about the nature of the God-human relation. I stumbled across the author of this book, John C. Peckham, through the Premier Christian Radio Podcast and I must admit, I truly enjoyed reading this work. It proposes a third, alternative way to two prominent extremes: a […]

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Review: Truth as Encounter

Conclusion: Brunner’s Truth as Encounter with its leitmotif of relationship should be rediscovered by theology and the church. Admittedly, this is a very old book. It does not look very attractive. It’s author is not as widely read anymore. However, I believe that this book is of utmost importance expecially for our times; even more […]

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Apologetics Systematic Theology Book

Review: The End of Religion

Conclusion: A profound yet easy read with explosive potential! Before I read this book I did not know much about Bruxy Cavey except for his retro-wild hairstlyle and that he is Canadian and appeared quite trendy in progressive Christian circles. The title of the book then seems almost stereotypical by being subversive (oh yes, it’s […]