Book Reviews

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- Barth, Karl, Evangelical Theology: An Introduction
- Crisp, Oliver, Retrieving Doctrine: Essays in Reformed Theology
- Elwood, Christopher, Calvin for Armchair Theologians
- Forde, Gerhard, On Being a Theologian of the Cross
- Hunsinger, George (Ed), For the Sake of the World
- Noll, Mark and Carolyn Nystrom, Is the Reformation Over?
- Sider, Ron The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience

What Am I Reading?


The "What Am I Reading?" series offers less formal reviews and interactions with books and other theological literature.

07.27.2006 -> Peter Martyr Vermigli, "Treatise on the Eucharist"
08.22.2006 -> John Webster, Barth's Moral Theology
09.07.2006 -> T.F. Torrance, Divine and Contingent Order
09.28.2006 -> George Hunsinger, How to Read Karl Barth
10.19.2006 -> Karl Barth, Letters, 1961-1968
11.27.2006 -> T.F. Torrance, Trinitarian Faith
01.19.2007 -> Eberhard Jüngel, God's Being is in Becoming
02.27.2007 -> Eberhard Jüngel, Karl Barth: A Theological Legacy
09.24.2007 -> Jürgen Moltmann, Experiences in Theology
09.26.2011 -> Rosalind Marshall, John Knox
01.22.2015 -> Sun-young Kim, Luther on Faith and Love
03.24.2015 -> Ronald Osborn, Death Before the Fall
06.02.2015 -> Kimlyn Bender, Confessing Christ for Church and World

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