- Andrew Farley's Book "God Without Religion" Might Lead You To A "Religion Without the Bible" -- "...you'll find his Biblical exegesis is shoddy; many of his theological views to be unbiblical; and most of his conclusions to be very extreme."
- Book Review: God So Loved the World, by Fisher Humphreys and Paul Robertson -- "A large portion of Prof. Humphreys’s book is devoted to a proof that the term “traditional Baptists” rightly belongs to those Baptists who reject the Calvinist understanding of redemption."
- Book Review - Reese Chronological Encyclopedia of Christian biographies -- "This is a complete encyclopedia of biographies of men and women who have contributed to the growth and development of the Church through the centuries."
- God So Loved the World: Traditional Baptists and Calvinism, review by W. Glenn Jonas Jr. -- "The idea for this book came from a telephone call to Fisher Humphreys from a Baptist layman expressing concern about his new pastor who had embraced Calvinism."
- Going Public: Why Baptism Is Required for Church Membership -- "To advance his thesis, Jamieson acknowledges that he must demonstrate baptism is intrinsic, not incidental, to church membership."
- What Augustine’s Baptism Can Teach Our Churches -- "Ambrose took the moment of baptism as itself a teaching exercise, showing how in baptism the whole of redemptive history centers on Christ in his death, burial, and resurrection."
Saturday, September 03, 2016
Andrew Farley, and other reviews
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