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embracing-the-otherBelow is a repost of Eerdmans All Over: May 20, 2016.  You can find more information about authors and books on EerdWord blog site.

 

Welcome once again to Eerdmans All Over, a Friday roundup of all the Eerdmans-related news, reviews, interviews, and other interesting online content we can gather in a given week.

New Releases

A Shorter Guide to the Holy Spirit: Bible, Doctrine, Experience
By Anthony C. Thiselton

Drawn Three Ways: Memoir of a Ministry, a Profession, and a Marriage
By A. E. Harvey

Christ’s Descent into Hell: John Paul II, Joseph Ratzinger, and Hans Urs von Balthasar on the Theology of Holy Saturday
By Lyra Pitstick

Ecce Homo: On the Divine Unity of Christ
by Aaron Riches

Jesus as Healer: A Gospel for the Body
By Jan-Olav Henriksen & Karl Olav Sandnes

A Theology of Grace in Six Controversies
By Edward T. Oakes, SJ

News from Eerdmans . . .

  • We’re hiring! See our job posting for amanaging editor on eerdmans.com

. . . and Elsewhere

  • Christianity Today posted an excerpt from How to Survive the Apocalypse titled “The Myth of the Secular Apocalypse.” The book was also reviewed by the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics.
  • The Crucifixion by Fleming Rutledge wasreviewed in the Weekly Standard by Barton Swaim, who says Rutledge takes up the difficult but edifying task of “letting writers of the first century tell us what they saw and heard about Jesus’ death without discounting or second-guessing them . . . and she has done it with insight and skill.”
  • A Short Life of Jonathan Edwards wasreviewed on the Jonathan Edwards Studiesblog. Reviewer Matthew Everhard recommends the book as “an incomparable first introduction to the life of Edwards for laypersons,” as well as a good refresher for readers who have already read George Marsden’s larger biography. Everhard also offers this video review:

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