- Two interviews with James K.A. Smith, author of Imagining the Kingdom, were posted this week:
- Also, Imagining the Kingdom was reviewed by Englewood Review of Books.
- Calvin and the Reformed Tradition by Richard A. Muller was reviewed by blogger Nathaniel Claiborne.
- Joel Watts featured two BA books (Classical Christian Doctrine by Ronald Heine and Liturgy as a Way of Life by Bruce Benson) in a post titled, “Some Awesome Books from Baker Academic”.
- Old Testament Turning Points by Victor H. Matthews was referenced in a blog post by Peter Enns.
- Imaginative Apologetics by Andrew Davison, ed., and Mission in the Old Testament by Walter C. Kaiser were reviewed in the brand-new journal PneumAfrica Journal.
- The New Testament by Donald A. Hagner was reviewed by Nijay Gupta.
- This week’s featured Amazon.com Review: David deSilva’s review of a review of The New Testament by Donald Hagner: “While I’m still kind of sorry that Dr. Hagner wrote this introduction, since it will inevitably eat into sales of my own , Hagner is an amazing scholar who has successfully held together academic credibility, spiritual vitality, and commitment to the church and its mission for his four or more decades of service to the kingdom as a professor of New Testament. Christians who want understanding that nurtures their faith rather than undermines it (all the while appropriately challenging that faith to be placed properly in God rather than in some theological construct about the texts of the Bible) cannot find a better tutor than Hagner, whether in print or in person.” (Thanks David!)
BA Books & Authors on the Web – March 22, 2013
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