REVIEW: Created in God’s Image by Anthony Hoekema

In Created in God’s Image (1994), Anthony Hoekema (1913-1988) appraises Biblical anthropology in a comprehensive way, but also brings to light modern thinking on the areas that continue to develop or remain contentious. In doing so, he opens up the student of scripture to important...

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REVIEW: A Little Book for New Philosophers

A Little Book for New Philosophers: Why and How to Study Philosophy, by philosopher and apologist Paul Copan was, for this aspiring philosopher, an inspiring thrill ride across the landscape of the possibilities, power, and joys of doing philosophy. In fact, my esteem for Copan,...

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Priorities for American Christians

With the renewed focus on race relations and social justice in the U.S., many Americans, including American and even worldwide Christians feel the pressure to re-prioritize, or at least review our hierarchy of values and ministry efforts. So what should we focus on? The Big...

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