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Keith Mathison’s Favorite Upcoming Books

January 5, 2011

Keith Mathison over at Ligonier Ministries offers an extensive list of books that are coming soon from Christian publishers.  The list:

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Legend:

  1. Is God a Moral Monster? Making Sense of the Old Testament God by Paul Copan
  2. The Bible Made Impossible: Why Biblicism is not a Truly Evangelical Reading of Scripture by Christian Smith
  3. Preaching and Teaching the Last Things: Old Testament Eschatology for the Life of the Church by Walt Kaiser
  4. Reformed Dogmatics, abridged edition by Herman Bavinck
  5. Retrieving Nicaea: The Development and Meaning of Trinitarian Doctrine by Khaled Anatolios
  6. Perspectives on the Sabbath by Christopher Donato
  7. From the Finger of God: The Biblical and Theological Basis for the Threefold Division of the Law Philip Ross
  8. Evangelicalism: What Is It, and Is It Worth Keeping? by D. A. Carson
  9. Did Adam and Eve Really Exist?: Who They Were and Why You Should Care by C. John Collins
  10. Heavenly Participation: The Weaving of a Sacramental Tapestry by Hans Boersma
  11. More Than Matter: Is There More to Life Than Molecules? by Keith Ward
  12. The Language of Science and Faith by Karl Giberson and Francis Collins
  13. The Resurrection of the Messiah by Christopher Bryan
  14. The Eucharistic Theology of the American Holy Fairs by Kimberly Bracken Long
  15. Surprised by Meaning: Science, Faith, and How We Make Sense of Things by Alister McGrath
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