This past week I was up in
From the Fortress Press table (Go Lutherans!): Works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, volume 10, covering 1928-1931, and volume 13, covering 1933-9135 while DB was in
From the Westminster John Knox Press table: The Gospel according to Bruce Springsteen, which, as my good friend Sean has already pointed out, is written by a Unitarian Universalist. Hey, if you're gonna get somebody to write on the gospel who better? I also picked up: Preachers and Misfits, Prophets and Thieves: The Minister in Southern Fiction (speaking of fiction). I suspect there's got to be something in there about a transplanted preacher from
From IVP: Incarnation: The Person and Life of Christ by
Our friends from Table Talk and Ligonier were also there and Burk Parsons was kind enough to give me a copy of his edited book John Calvin: A Heart for Devotion, Doctrine, and Doxology.
So what do you get when you cross Calvin and Bonhoeffer with Bruce Springsteen in the South all the while with a global theological awareness?
I don't know. Check back in a few weeks after I had a chance to read these.
reformation21 is the online magazine of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. It is supported only by its readers and gracious Christians like you. Please prayerfully consider supporting reformation21 and the mission of the Alliance. Please donate here.