Blogger (and prospective Energion author) Joel Watts lists From Inspiration to Understanding: Reading the Bible Seriously and Faithfully as one of his top 5 books for 2012.
Brian LePort has a review of Herold Weiss’s book Creation in Scripture. It’s a nice review along with a summary of the contents. LePort is quite correct in noting that this is not an academic book. That’s not it’s purpose. In fact, it’s purpose is precisely what he recommends it for: Overall it was a […]
Allan Bevere has posted a review of Bob Cornwall’s book Faith in the Public Square. While he has a number of disagreements, he concludes: And so, while I have my disagreements, I would encourage readers to engage this book. It is thoughtful and thought-provoking. I may not be able to stand with him on all things, […]
Energion Publications’ owner, Henry Neufeld, reports a “successful” week at the Academy of Parish Clergy 2012 Annual Conference in Dayton, OH. “The members have been friendly and very interested in the resources we have to offer them in our Partnership in Discipleship idea brochure. I have really enjoyed talking and getting to know the pastors and the […]
Ant Greenham’s new volume in the Areopagus series, The Questioning God: An Inquiry for Muslims, Jews, and Christians, has been reviewed at The Dubious Disciple.
John Byron wonders, prompted by an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education. Both articles refer specifically to scholarly book reviews, but book reviews by bloggers can have the same problems. I like to see some analysis in a review, along with some direction. Where might this study have done better? Where might it have […]
You can find his notes on Energion.net.
Robert Stump reviews David Alan Black’s book Why Four Gospels? on his Homo Homini Lupus blog. Two portions stand out: The greatness of Black’s little book is its common sense. That it has taken so many years for someone of Black’s prestige to stand up and point out the silliness is too bad; that it has finally […]
Energion title The Sacred Journey by Chris Surber is the book of the month at World Prayr. You can read their review here. They are also offering a 20% off coupon to purchase this book through their FaithFactr store.
Peter Kirk disagrees with author Allan Bevere on a number of issues, but nonetheless he says “. . . [d]espite the weaknesses I have pointed out it is still well worth reading. But it is by no means the last word on a subject of great interest to me. I intend to continue blogging about […]