Books and Englishmen
So, our twisted sense of humor, as we teased Carl about famous Englishmen, somewhat backfired. To the dozens of you who sent e-mail letting us know that our famous screen personalities were not English, we knew that! We were having fun with our favorite Englishman. Right! We don't have enough to do!
And now for something completely different: two new books by Scottish authors (!) ....
Two really interesting books have come my way and I want to recommend them highly:
The first is by reformation21 author, Ian D. Campbell (Back Free Church of Scotland), Opening Up Exodus.
"By the time we have read through Exodus, we have learned the basic
The other is by the nineteenth century Covenanter, William Symington, The Atonement and Intercession of Jesus Christ.
It contains the following blurb by some otherwise unknown character!
“The reappearance of this book by the Covenanter and social reformer,
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- Praying for Heretics: Irenaeus of Lyons' First Prayer for the Gnostics
- God's Ambassadors: The Westminster Assembly and the Reform of the English Pulpit, 1643-1653
- Ressourcement: Irenaeus of Lyons and His Answer to the Hyper-Spirituality of Gnosticism
- 'Rise, heart; thy Lord is risen'
- Openness Unhindered