Book Review: The Next Christendom by Philip Jenkins

Book Review: The Next Christendom by Philip Jenkins   Philip Jenkins in The Next Christendom: The Coming of Global Christianity has written a unique book in the field of global Christian studies. More specifically, he is seeking to project the future of the Christian religion in light of  global realities and current religious trends. Jenkins […]

E.P. Sanders – Paul: The Apostles life, Letters, and Thought.

E.P. Sanders – Paul: The Apostles life, Letters, and Thought   E.P. Sanders needs no introduction, he has written extensively on Judaism (second temple/1st century) contributing to New Testament studies while radically redefining the field. Many are familiar with his game-changing book, “Paul and Palestinian Judaism.” This book shifted New Testament studies, launching a host […]

Douglas Campbell Review. Deliverance, Liberation, Freedom, Apocalyptic, Christology, Participation.

Douglas Campbell Review. Deliverance, Liberation, Freedom, Apocalyptic, Christology, Participation. “This much is certain, that we have no theological right to set any sort of limits to the loving-kindness of God which has appeared in Jesus Christ. Our theological duty is to see and understand it as being still greater than we had seen before.” ― Karl […]

Book Review: “We The People” Israel and the Catholicity of Jesus

Book Review: “We The People” Israel and the Catholicity of Jesus   Tommy Givens has written a masterful book on God and His people, while dismantling people’s perception of who the true people are as opposed to the false people. “We the people” is a charitable rebuke against personhood and what defines personhood (election). Givens […]

God Dwells Among Us

God Dwells Among Us   G.K. Beale and Mitchell Kim’s book, God Dwells Among Us (GDAU), is essentially a distillation of Beale’s more substantial work, The Temple and the Church’s Mission. The benefit of a book like this is it’s accessibility and readability for an audience that is either seeking an example of, or unacquainted […]

A Fellowship of Differents

A Fellowship of Differents: A Book Review “Those who love their dream of a Christian community more than the Christian community itself become destroyers of that Christian community even though their personal intensions may be ever so honest, earnest, and sacrificial.” -Dietrich Bonhoeffer in Life Together Scot McKnight’s A Fellowship of Differents is a book about the church. […]