Holloman’s Top Books in 2021

Rodney Holloman One of the difficulties accompanying some of my recent health issues has been in the areas of reading and concentration. Physically, it was tricky holding a book and turning the pages; mentally, it was a challenge to follow the train of thought. After 2020, I resolved…

Watts’ Top Books in 2021

W. Jackson Watts For the last two years I’ve set a goal of reading 52 books during the year. It’s ambitious, and admittedly, arbitrary. One book per week sounds like a plan, but when we consider the fact that some books can be read in an afternoon, while…

Thompson’s Top Books in 2021

Cory Thompson One of the books that resonated with me the most this year was Cyprian of Carthage: His Life and Impact (Christian Focus, 2017) by Brian Arnold. I had very little knowledge about this early church father and his contribution, but this introductory book fueled my appetite…

Hester’s Top Books in 2021

Kevin Hester (This is the first in a series of year-end posts in which Commission members highlight some key books they read in 2021. Note that not all of these titles were published in 2021. Rather, they were ones Commissioners read this year.) One of the books that…

Reimagining Apologetics: A Review Essay

W. Jackson Watts (This is the first of a two-part review essay. Part two will post next week) The proper way to do apologetics has preoccupied many theologians and philosophers. But anyone who talks to skeptical neighbors about Christ has some guiding assumptions about apologetic methodology, even if…
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