Monthly Archives: May 2010

Book Review: ‘God’s Undertaker: Has Science Buried God?’ by John C. Lennox

‘God’s Undertaker: Has Science Buried God?’ by John C. Lennox In recent years there have been a large number of books about the interaction between Christianity and science, many of them either coming from the ‘New Atheist’ polemicists or written … Continue reading

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Book Review: ‘The Tripods Attack! (The Young Chesterton Chronicles)’ by John McNichol

‘The Tripods Attack! (The Young Chesterton Chronicles)’ by John McNichol The Tripods Attack! is the first volume of the Young Chesterton Chronicles, a speculative fiction series for teens that re-imagines the famous Christian author G.K. Chesterton as a young man … Continue reading

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Book Review: ‘Dr Sylver and the Library of Everything’ by Paul Kercal

‘Dr Sylver and the Library of Everything’ by Paul Kercal The young hero of this story, Jamie Meek, has a nice, quiet life — if you ignore the fact that his Dad recently left his Mum, taking their life savings.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: ‘DK Eyewitness: Christianity’ by Peter Wilkinson

‘DK Eyewitness: Christianity’ by Peter Wilkinson          I’ve been reading DK Eyewitness books for years and have a shelf full of their titles in my room, ranging from ‘Ancient Egypt’, ‘Arms & Armour’, ‘Book’, and ‘Dinosaur’ all the way to ‘Spy’, … Continue reading

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Book Review: 'After You Believe: Why Christian Character Matters' by N. T. Wright

‘After You Believe: Why Christian Character Matters’ by N. T. Wright  Bishop Wright’s latest book will surely be one of his least controversial.  In this volume we get very little about “the New Perspective on Paul” or on “life after … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical Studies, Book Reviews, Theology

Book Review: ‘The Rage Against God: How Atheism Led Me to Faith’

‘The Rage Against God: How Atheism Led Me to Faith’ by Peter Hitchens In the first part of this book Peter Hitchens describes his childhood and early life.  These are quite wonderful chapters, the best part of the book in … Continue reading

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