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Book Review: Mapping the Origins Debate, by Gerald Rau

This book attempts to organize various views of the origins debate into six categories and present them in a way that encourages thoughtful, unbiased comparison. Overall, I think it does a good job, and is amazingly free of bias, rancor, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Genesis Debate, Edited by David G. Hagopian

The Genesis Debate: Three views on the Days of Creation Edited by David G. Hagopian The Genesis Debate is a balanced look at three views of the Genesis days of creation. The presentation is balanced because it combines descriptions of … Continue reading

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Book Review: God’s Pattern for Creation, by W. Robert Godfrey

Following last week’s post about writing book reviews, here’s a first attempt at doing so. The book reviewed is a small, approachable volume that explores a figurative interpretation of Genesis 1 in light of Biblical covenant themes.

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Book Reviews

Reading and learning are important parts of writing and teaching. It’s something I keep pressing myself to do. But as great as it is to read consistently, it often seems that, years after reading a book, I’ve forgotten much of … Continue reading

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