BA Books & Authors on the Web – May 9, 2014

Cover ArtJoey Cochran reviewed Douglas Moo’s Galatians BECNT volume.

“Moo’s commentary on Galatians is a ballast for pastors wishing to faithfully exegete the message of this letter. You will not be disappointed in this commentary. You’ll find yourself consulting Moo’s commentary on Galatians endlessly as you preach through Paul’s earliest and seminal letter.”

At Zwinglius Redivivus, Jim West reviewed Chris Keith’s Jesus against the Scribal Elite.

Matthew Gilbert, at Theology Matters, reviwed Why Study History? by John Fea.

Why Study History? was also featured at Chris Gehrz’s blog, The Pietist Schoolman, in the posts Two (or Three) Why’s of History, and History as a “Ministry of Listening.”

Scot McKnight recommended J. Richard Middleton’s The Liberating Image.

Alex Farrell, at Transpositions, reflected on Creator Spirit by Steve Guthrie.

Scott Sunquist, author of Understanding Christian Mission, was interviewed on the Compassion Radio Podcast.

At The Southern Blog, Thomas Schreiner discussed his book The King in His Beauty.