Monthly Archives: January 2018

Review of “For Me to Live is Christ, The Life of Edward J. Young”

For Me to Live is Christ, The Life of Edward J. Young by Davis A. Young, Willow Grove, PA: The Committee for the Historian of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, 2017, 349 pp., $10 Edward J. Young (1907-1968), for those unfamiliar … Continue reading

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“The Presbyterian Philosopher” reviewed in the English Churchman

   

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Review of “A Church You Can See”

A Church You Can See. Building a Case for Church Membership by Dennis E. Bills, Reforming West Virginia Publications, 2017, 111 pp. $5.99 This is the best book I’ve read in a long time. In reading this book and talking … Continue reading

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“The Presbyterian Philosopher” reviewed in the Standard Bearer

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Review of The Emperor Has No Clothes

The Emperor Has No Clothes: Dr. Richard B. Gaffin Jr.s’ Doctrine of Justification by Stephen M. Cunha, The Trinity Foundation, 2008, 148 pp. **I started reading this book just before finding out about the Trinity Foundation’s latest essay contest featuring … Continue reading

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Some pamphlets written by Johannes G. Vos

Johannes G. Vos (1903-1983), one of three sons of theologian Geerhardus Vos, was the founder of the journal Blue Banner Faith and Life and was for many years (1954-1973) a professor at Geneva College in Beaver Falls, PA. I recently acquired eight … Continue reading

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Review of “Theological Roots of Pentecostalism”

Theological Roots of Pentecostalism, Donald W. Dayton, Baker Academic, 1987, pp. 198. Pentecostalism is a strange world to the Reformed Christian. Yet because of its considerable influence in the world (the good, the bad, and the televangelist ugly), it is … Continue reading

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