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- What May Karl Barth Make of Evangelicals? : February 24, 2016
D. A. Carson fired fiery arrows at Karl Barth in his interview at The Gospel Coalition (TGC) this week: What Should Evangelicals Make of Karl Barth? Carson is a pinnacle contemporary Evangelical scholar in the Reformed tradition, so I was excited to see him talking about Karl Barth. I was saddened that […]
- Top Ten Theology Books That Have Influenced Me (2011) : March 7, 2011
(The top ten books that have influenced me the most by reading them in order of most influential to least influential.)1. "Institutes of the Christian Religion" by John Calvin.If you only read one book outside the bible in your entire life, this should...
- Ten Theologians That Have Influenced Me (2011) : February 22, 2011
Here is my "Top Ten List of Most Influential Theologians." I'll quickly stress that the following theologians have influenced me the most, and only contains books that I've read too. I've excluded authors, if I've only read one of their books too. Some...
- The Gospel According to John (Review) : July 21, 2009
The Gospel According to John by D.A. Carson is arguably the best commentary I have ever read on any book of the bible, especially the Gospel of John. Carson is consistently evangelistic, committed defending the Gospel and answering the best critics suc...
- Christ and Culture Revisited by D.A. Carson (Review) : February 12, 2009
D.A. Carson is arguably the greatest N.T. Theologian alive today. Carson has published over 50 books and this week I read one of his latest books: Christ and Culture Revisited (April 2008) and I highly recommend this book! D.A. Carson revisits H. Richa...
- Mcheyne Bible Reading Plan : May 26, 2008
Tracy and I are reading the Mcheyne Bible Reading Plan. It's a famous reading plan that goes through the New Testament and Psalms twice and the Old Testament twice in one year. I made an RSS feed that you can subscribe to in Google Reader or your favor...