Martin's March 2020 Book List
Below is a summary of the books reviewed by Martin in March
Matthew Barrett, Canon, Covenant and Christology: Rethinking Jesus and The Scriptures of Israel.
This book is an important contribution to Evangelical thinking about the authority of Scripture. Well worth reading and sharing with others.
Elijah Hixon and Peter Curry (eds), Myths and Mistakes in New Testament Textual Criticism.
This collection of essays will be very useful to students who want an up to date introduction to the issues surrounding the reliability of the New Testament text. It will also be very useful to minister and others engaged in Christian apologetics.
Bruce Longenecker, In Stone and Story: Early Christianity in the Roman World.
This is a textbook that will be extremely useful for all students beginning their study of the New Testament and also for anyone who wants to refresh or deepen their understanding of the world which the New Testament addresses.
Alister McGrath, Narrative Apologetics: Sharing the Relevance, Joy, and Wonder of the Christian Faith.
This book will be of great interest and value to anuone wo is concerned with the issue of how to commend the truth of the Christian hospel in the twenty-firsth century.
N. T. Wright, History and Eschatology: Jesus and the Promise of Natural Theology.
This is an important argument that all Christians who have the necessary time and intellectual capacity need to engage with. If you read only one big theology book this year you should seriously consider making History and Eschatology that book.
The full reviews can be found here