How the News Makes Us Dumb: The Death of Wisdom in an Information Society (C. John Sommerville, 1999) BY: Denis Haack Each day newspaper editors and TV news anchors find ways to make their stories seem important, though they rarely are, only to repeat the process the next day.
In the Beginning: Foundations of Creation Theology (Herman Bavinck, 1999) BY: Denis Haack The doctrine of Creation is not merely something to use in a debate with evolutionists, but is foundational to all that we think and do, because all that we believe as Christians is rooted in the Creation.
Intelligent Design: The Bridge Between Science and Theology (William Dembski, 1999) BY: Denis Haack The idea of intelligent design has been around for a very long time, but being able to identify design reliably has been a problem
Invitation to the Classics: A Guide to Books You’ve Always Wanted to Read (Louise Cowan and Os Guinness, 1998) BY: Denis Haack Would you agree with this?: A discerning Christian is a thinking Christian, and a thinking Christian reads.
It Was Good: Making Art to the Glory of God (Ned Bustard, 2000) BY: Denis Haack Having been raised in a pietistic Fundamentalist home, my first art history class in college providentially became one of the defining moments of my spiritual pilgrimage.
The Challenge of Jesus: Rediscovering Who Jesus Was and Is (N. T. Wright, 1999) BY: Denis Haack If some books are difficult to market, I would suspect The Challenge of Jesus might fall into the marketing department category for “nightmare.”
Jesus and the Restoration of Israel: A Critical Assessment of N. T. Wright’s Jesus and the Victory of God (Carey C. Newman, 1999) BY: Denis Haack Those who wish to listen in to the scholarly conversation around Wright’s work will be interested in Jesus and the Restoration of Israel. Twelve scholars, not all evangelicals, respond to aspects of Wright’s Jesus and the Victory of God.
John Stott: A Comprehensive Bibliography (Timothy Dudley-Smith, 1995) BY: Denis Haack This bibliography not only lists John Stott’s numerous books, but articles, interviews, booklets, prayers, poetry, hymns, and sermons.
I love my neighbor as myself but only because I don’t much care for myself.
- Garrison Keillor
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