By Patricia Anders, Editorial Director What do you do with a book that’s published ahead of its time? Publish it when the time is right! That’s exactly what Hendrickson has done with A Leopard Tamed, which was first published by Harper & Row in 1968. For the original book, author Eleanor Vandevort’s fellow Wheaton College … Continue reading A Leopard Tamed: A Book Fifty Years Too Early
By Patricia Anders, Editorial Director We cannot avoid Using power, Cannot escape the compulsion To afflict the world, So let us, cautious in diction And mighty in contradiction, Love powerfully. ― Martin Buber, “Power and Love” (1926 poem excerpt) Martin Buber was born on February 8, 1878, in Vienna—which means that today we celebrate the … Continue reading Happy 140th Birthday, Martin Buber!
Want a sneak peek at James Eglinton’s Herman Bavinck on Preaching & Preachers? At this link is a lecture Eglinton gave in 2016 at a Presbytery meeting in York, UK. In it he introduces the listener to Bavinck the preacher and the connection between Bavinck’s Reformed Dogmatics and the task of preaching. Some more Herman Bavinck … Continue reading Sneak Peek at Herman Bavinck on Preaching & Preachers
Elaine A. Phillips, professor of biblical and theological studies at Gordon College (Wenham, MA) and author of An Introduction to Reading Biblical Wisdom Texts, has graciously answered some of our burning questions about her book. Before we get into those, though, here is a quick summary of her book: An Introduction to Reading Biblical Wisdom Texts is … Continue reading Q&A with the author of An Introduction to Reading Biblical Wisdom Texts
By Patricia Anders, Editorial Director And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, glory as of the only begotten from the Father,) full of grace and truth. By “flesh” we understand the whole man, body and soul, according to the Scriptures, which call man “flesh,” as above, when it … Continue reading The Reason to Smile at Christmas—Musings on Luther, Barth, Foyle, and Longfellow
by Tirzah Frank, Assistant Editor Losing My Biblical Greek I started taking Biblical Greek in high school, so by the time I graduated from college, I was pretty good at it. Even when I wasn’t taking Greek classes, my former Greek tutor and I met every few weeks to have tea and sight read the … Continue reading The Two Minutes a Day Biblical Language Series: A Bridge between Learning Vocabulary and Reading the Bible
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