Monthly Archives: May 2018

Review of The Gospel as Taught by Calvin by R. C. Reed

The Gospel As Taught By Calvin by R. C. Reed, Grand Rapids: Baker, Reprinted 1979, 159 pp. Contrary to what one might think based on the title, this book is not a analysis of Calvin’s written comments on the Gospel. While … Continue reading

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Review of Getting the Message by Daniel M. Doriani

Getting the Message, A Plan for Interpreting and Applying the Bible by Daniel M. Doriani, Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 1996, 255 pp. I had recently contacted Dr. Doriani, who teaches at Covenant Seminary, to ask him about what courses on American … Continue reading

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Review of The Story of Philosophy by Will Durant

The Story of Philosophy, The lives and opinions of the greatest philosophers by Will Durant, New York: Time, 1926, 2nd ed. 1962, 497 pp. It is never a poor use of one’s time to read a history of philosophy. Even … Continue reading

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Review of Facing Up by Bear Grylls

Facing Up, A Remarkable Journey to the Summit of Mt Everest by Bear Grylls, London: Macmillan, 2000, 289 pp. Isn’t that the guy from tv? I didn’t know he wrote books. And I heard that he was a Christian. So … Continue reading

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Review of The Life-Giving Parent by Clay & Sally Clarkson

The Life-Giving Parent, Giving Your Child a life worth living for Christ by Clay & Sally Clarkson, Tyndale Momentum, 2018, 232 pp. In The Life-Giving Parent, Clay and Sally Clarkson present some beneficial and Biblical ideas for raising children in … Continue reading

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Review of The Truth About Christian Science by James H. Snowden

The Truth About Christian Science, The Founder and the Faith by James H. Snowden, Philadelphia: The Westminster Press, 1921, 313 pp. This is really a fantastic book. I came into it knowing nothing about Christian Science except that Mary Eddy Baker … Continue reading

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My Interview on “Research and Religion” Podcast

Check out the Research on Religion podcast where I was interviewed by Dr. Tony Gill, Professor at Washington University: http://www.researchonreligion.org/practioneers/doug-douma-on-gordon-clark-and-a-christian-hiking-hostel

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