Reflections on SST 2018

One of my favourite things to do, much to the confusion of many, is to go along to theological conferences. Taking part in conversations, asking questions, meeting amazingly thoughtful people, and often exploring a new city or venue, is all … Continued

Book Review: The Creed

Today’s book review is an interesting one, for me at least. Scott Hahn is an American Roman Catholic theologian, author and teacher, who is prolific enough that I’m planning on reading two of his books this year (this one, and … Continued

Book Review: Luther’s Gospel

Graham Tomlin’s new book in Luther is an interesting one to read. Dense, beautifully written, provocative and encouraging, Luther’s Gospel: Reimagining the Wolrd invites the reader to think carefully about the great reformer and what he said. After a helpful … Continued

Book Review: Lovin’ on Jesus

Ever since I heard about this book, I’ve wanted to read it. I was fortunate to pick up a copy at AAR/SBL, and I finished reading it in mid January. Lovin’ on Jesus: A Concise History of Contemporary Worship is a … Continued

Getting to Grips with the Godhead – some recommendations on the Trinity

One of most common things I’m asked about is whether I can recommend a good book on the Trinity. The Trinity is who God is, and who God has revealed Gods-self to be. The Father, Son and Holy Spirit – … Continued

Book Review: The Goldilocks Zone

Standard disclaimer – this book is published by IVP, part of SPCK, for whom I work. I was a keen advocate for the book internally, and am delighted to see it in print. This is an interesting book to review … Continued