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Category: Spring 2024

Amos Yong and Dale Coulter: The Holy Spirit and Higher Education

Amos Yong and Dale Coulter: The Holy Spirit and Higher Education

Amos Yong and Dale M. Coulter, The Holy Spirit and Higher Education: Renewing the Christian University (Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2023), 320 pages, ISBN 9781481318143. Amos Yong and Dale Coulter bring to bear a fruitful and constructive offering in The Holy Spirit and Higher Education whose primary audience are those engaged in work and […]

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Michael Gorman: Romans

Michael Gorman: Romans

Michael J. Gorman, Romans: A Theological & Pastoral Commentary (Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2022), 325 pages, ISBN 9780802877628. Do you remember the last time you consulted a commentary? There is a high probability that you did not read it all the way through from cover to cover. Commentaries usually sit for quite […]

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James Thompson: Christ and Culture in the New Testament

James Thompson: Christ and Culture in the New Testament

James W. Thompson, Christ & Culture in the New Testament (Eugene, Oregon: Cascade Books, 2023), 227 pages, ISBN 9781666739466. James W. Thompson, a senior New Testament scholar and scholar in residence at Abilene Christian University, presents a compelling book on the interplay of Christianity and culture in the New Testament. Beginning with a well-intentioned critique […]

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Giulio Maspero: Rethinking the Filioque with the Greek Fathers

Giulio Maspero: Rethinking the Filioque with the Greek Fathers

Giulio Maspero, Rethinking the Filioque with the Greek Fathers (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2023). Giulio Maspero’s book Rethinking the Filioque with the Greek Fathers addresses the seemingly perennial theological debate that has divided Christendom for a thousand years through a close reading of the development of trinitarian doctrine in the early Church. For those unfamiliar with […]

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Cabrini, reviewed by William De Arteaga

Cabrini, reviewed by William De Arteaga

Cabrini (Angel Studio, 2024). The newly released movie, Cabrini, is the story of St. Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini. She was an Italian nun who immigrated to New York in 1888 to serve the destitute Italian immigrants streaming into America. Their social and economic position was even lower than the Irish immigrants who were beginning to […]

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A New Book: Karl Barth and Pentecostal Theology

A New Book: Karl Barth and Pentecostal Theology

I just had a book published that I co-edited. I saw a few of the contributors posting pictures on social media of their copy of the book, and I just opened a package with my own copy today. I’m grateful those who contributed to the volume and for the wisdom of my co-editors, Frank Macchia […]

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