“What is on your bookshelf?”

Here’s a fun blog ( Faith and Theology: On Richard Bauckham’s books) with lots of pithy comments on two of my favorites:

Richard Bauckham, who was my sabbatical advisor at St Andrews in 1995 when I wrote When I Survey the Wondrous Cross:  Reflection on the Atonement, and

Marilynne Robinson, whose Gilead and Home I hungrily devoured, and whose Death of Adam is one of the best things ever written on Calvin.

Pastors take note: on the Great Day you will be judged by the novels on your bookshelf, or lack thereof.  Go to the blog:  Faith and Theology: On Richard Bauckham’s books.

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