Monthly Archives: June 2018

Review of Letters From The Front, ed. Barry Waugh

Letters From The Front, J. Gresham Machen’s Correspondence From World War I, transcribed and edited by Barry Waugh, Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R, 2012, 342 pp. While I appreciate Barry Waugh’s work in putting this book together (as well as I appreciate … Continue reading

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Review of Corrupting the Word of God by Herman Hanko

Corrupting the Word of God, The History of the Well-Meant Offer by Herman Hanko and Mark H. Hoeksema, Jenison, MI: Reformed Free Publishing Association, 2016, 257 pp. I generally agree with the views of Herman Hanko and Mark Hoeksema presented … Continue reading

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Review of “The Infallible Word” ed. Ned Stonehouse and Paul Woolley

The Infallible Word, A Symposium by The Members of the Faculty of Westminster Theological Seminary, ed. N. B. Stonehouse and Paul Woolley, Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1946, 300 pp. This is one of many books I have gratefully acquired from the … Continue reading

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Review of “Seeing Christ in All of Scripture” ed. Peter A. Lillback

Seeing Christ in All of Scripture, Hermeneutics at Westminster Theological Seminary ed. Peter A. Lillback, Philadelphia: Westminster Seminary Press, 2016, 86 pp. Before reaching the main content, the reader is presented with thirty-five (!) endorsements of the book by prominent … Continue reading

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Review of Reasonable Faith by William Lane Craig

Reasonable Faith, Christian Truth and Apologetics by William Lane Craig, Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 1984, Third Edition 2008, 415 pp. William Lane Craig has had greater success in promoting his views than nearly any other contemporary Christian apologist. Many have benefitted … Continue reading

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Review of Samuel Davies, Apostle to Virginia by Dewey Roberts

Samuel Davies, Apostle to Virginia by Dewey Roberts, Sole Fide Publications, 2017, 436 pp. This is a thoroughly-researched and fascinating biography of Samuel Davies, a prominent but often overlooked 18th century American Presbyterian minister. In the preface, author Dewey Roberts … Continue reading

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My visit to the PCA GA 2018

For the second straight year I attended the Presbyterian Church in America’s General Assembly. This year it was in Atlanta, GA while last year it was in Greensboro, NC. While it is a national denomination, its history is largely Southern … Continue reading

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