Book Review: A Christian Theology of Place

One of the side-books that I found fascinating during my MA, and that I’ve been reading (on and off!) over the few years since, is John Inge’s brilliant and surprisingly readable exploratory essay, A Christian Theology of Place. Published by Ashgate, this … 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

Book Review: Sin, Grace and Free Will Vol. 1

One of the nice things about my eclectic interests and ecclesially broad employment to date is that sometime books appear in print that friends have written – in the case of the book I’m reviewing today, I remember being enthused … Continued

Book Review: Evangelical, Sacramental & Pentecostal

As some who happily self-identifies as both evangelical and sacramental, and often bumps up against pentecostalism (I am a Charismatic, but I don’t think I’m a pentecostal in particular) in its various forms, I was intrigued to get my hands on … Continued