BA Books & Authors on the Web – October 2, 2015

Cover ArtSpiritual Companioning, by Angela Reed, Richard Osmer, and Marcus Smucker, was reviewed at The Christian Century.

The authors, practical theologians all, write passionately about the communal, relational nature of the church and the communal nature of the Trinity. They successfully skirt the individualistic ap­proach that is sometimes found in books on Christian spirituality, and they make a compelling, winsome case for why spiritual companioning is a gift for the church.

Jeffrey Weima’s 1-2 Thessalonians was reviewed at Spoiled Milks.

Conrade Yap, at Panorama of a Book Saint, reviewed Why Christian Faith Still Makes Sense by C. Stephen Evans.

At Unsystematic Theology, Kyle Roberts reflected on Inspiration and Incarnation by Peter Enns.

Scot McKnight discussed Andrew McGowan’s treatment of music in Ancient Christian Worship.

George Guthrie, author of the BECNT volume on 2 Corinthians, was interviewed by Oak Hill College.