Book Reviews

Surveying recent theological books that raise pertinent ideas at the intersection of the church and academy and offering substantive reflection and critique.

Tracing the Nicene Option
Andrew Stager
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From Plato to Christ
Jordan Cooper
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Consolation Enough
Kirsten Sanders
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Kierkegaard and the Analytic Tradition
Amber Bowen
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God, Science, Morality: A Reply
Paul Nedelisky
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Creation and Christology: A Compatible Account
Christopher Woznicki
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Broken Christian Practices and the
Perfection of God
Ephraim Radner
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Can Science Discover Moral Truths?
Michael Shermer
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Evangelicals and the Canon of Scripture
Thomas H. McCall
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Angels, Satan, and Demons: A Book Review
Wilson Jeremiah
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Theology and the Science of Consciousness
Aku Visala
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Even More Questions
Thomas H. McCall
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Tangential Questions About Authority and Method, Not Calvinism
Shawn D. Wright
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More Questions About Calvinism
Thomas H. McCall
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What Augustine, James K. A. Smith, and You Have in Common
Benjamin Quinn
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Christology and the Grammar of Createdness
Justus Hunter
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C. S. Lewis, Linguistics, and the Literal Reading of Genesis
Michael LeFebvre
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A Fool and a Heretic Inciting a Revolution?
Hans Madueme
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Thomas Aquinas and the Science of Science
Daniel Houck
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A Letter to the Fool
Darrel Falk
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A Letter to the Heretic
Todd Wood
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An Epistolary Review of The Quest
Darrel Falk
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Dinosaurs and Divine Freedom: Aquinas’ Fertile Doctrine of Creation
David J. Luy
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A Proposal to End All Wars
Hans Madueme
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Beyond Brains on a Stick
Justin Bailey
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Marci Rae Johnson: Poet Beyond Irony
Jeffrey Galbraith
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Ordinary Achievement
Constantine Campbell
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Neglecting the Pervasive 'Downward Pull'
Bruce Fields
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Köstenberger on Excellence
Constantine Campbell
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In Pursuit of Excellence
Constantine Campbell
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