- Imagining the Kingdom by James K. A. Smith was reviewed by Mike Cosper for The Gospel Coalition: “Smith challenges, entertains, and worships in his writing. He leaves the reader with a vision for humanity and worship that is at once humbling and wondrous.”
- James K.A. Smith also appeared on the radio program “BreakPoint This Week” to discuss his books Desiring the Kingdom and Imagining the Kingdom.
- In a post on the Reformation21 site, Carl Trueman recommended The Theology of Augustine by Matthew Levering.
- The Mystery of God by Steven D. Boyer and Christopher A. Hall was reviewed by Chris Sicks for Englewood Review of Books.
- Classical Christian Doctrine by Ronald E. Heine was reviewed by Dr. Bob Cornwall.
- Daniel A. Siedell, the author of God in the Gallery, wrote a guest post “The Wonderful Contradiction of Abstract Painting” on the “Good Letters” blog on Patheos.com.
- Imaginative Apologetics by Andrew Davison, ed., was reviewed by Rev. Dr. Michael Philliber.
- The Gospel of John by Craig S. Keener and John (BECNT) by Andreas J. Köstenberger were recommended by Tim Challies as “Best Commentaries on John.”
- This week’s Christianbook.com review: “Pastor Dan’s” review of Christ-Centered Worship by Bryan Chapell – (5 out of 5 stars) “Dr. Chapell has given us a gift, the gift is this thoughtful book on why The Church worships the way it does and what importance each element of the worship experience has for us. […] This book will be a great help for laymen as well as pastors to learn how we can best express our worship to God and gain meaningful insight through the process.” (thanks Pastor Dan!)
BA Books & Authors on the Web – March 29, 2013
March 29, 2013 posted by Bryan Dyer
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