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On reading John Buchan’s The Thirty-Nine Steps

I have long been a fan of the books of John Buchan (1875–1940), the 1st Baron Tweedsmuir, the son of a Free Church of Scotland minister, and Governor-General of Canada from 1935 until his death in 1940. He was a remarkable man in many ways, not the least being his awesomely prolific pen. A few years ago I re-read his The Thirty-Nine Steps (1915), which was written in the midst of World War I, and what he called a “shocker”—we would call it a “thriller.”…
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A First Look at the ESV Expository Commentary
In 2018, Crossway released the first three volumes of their Expository Commentary with the goal of creating a resource that is “widely accessible, theologically sound, and pastorally wise.” Lofty goals and high expectations are nothing new for Crossway. In recent years they have steadily produced resources that are beautifully designed,
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What’s at the Heart of the Abortion Debate?

On Facebook Skyla Rose Loesch recently wrote a heartfelt dirge for, in her own words, the loss of her “Baby” whom she loved “with all my heart.” How did her baby die? By Loesch’s own request. She ordered her baby’s abortion because “We’re going through a lot and you deserved all the love in the world.” After noting how the baby’s siblings would have loved the child,…

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Review of Revelation (ITC) by Peter J. Leithart
Peter Leithart has written a commentary that specifically aims to uncover the theological meaning of Revelation. While most commentaries do speak on theological matters, they do not always focus on theology. Some highlight pastoral issues; others emphasize social and historical matters; still others work hard to comment on the grammar and syntax of a biblical book; still more concentrate on biblical-theological relationships between Revelation and the Old Testament. Few specifically focus on theology. Leithart’s commentary comes as a welcome contribution to the commentary literature on Revelation. What Does Leithart’s Theological Commentary Look Like?
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Review of Revelation (ITC) by Peter J. Leithart

Peter Leithart has written a commentary that specifically aims to uncover the theological meaning of Revelation. While most commentaries
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