By Dustin Bruce
- On the Bible Mesh blog, David Roach suggests “6 Ways to Start Learning Church History.”
- David Filson follows up on a previous post with “Five More Reasons Why You Should Read Jonathan Edwards,” on The Christward Collective.
- Consider getting involved with A Jonathan Edwards Encyclopedia, a project of the Jonathan Edwards Center at Yale University.
- Check out “History, Providence, and Good News” by Tom Nettles at the Founders blog.
- If you missed it, check out this interesting article from Fox News, “1,300-year-old Egyptian mummy had tattoo of Archangel Michael.”
- Thomas Kidd, writing at The Anxious Bench, offers sound advice in “The Art of the Book Review.”
- Andreas Kostenberger and Justin Taylor offer a convincing proposal in “April 3, AD 33: Why We Believe We Can Know the Exact Date Jesus Died.”
- The Fuller Center’s own Steve Weaver offers helpful tips in “Research Tips for Unfamiliar Topics.”
- Check out “David Brainerd Went to the Indians” by Fred Sanders on The Scriptorium Daily.
- Listen to Albert Mohler interview Myron Magnet on a fascinating new work, At Home With the Founders.
Recent Book Releases
- J.I. Packer, Evangelical Influences: Profiles of Figures and Movements Rooted in the Reformation. Hendrickson.
- Christopher Barina Kaiser, Seeing the Lord’s Glory: Kyriocentric Visions and the Dilemma of Early Christology. Fortress.
- Richard A. Bailey, Race and Redemption in Puritan New England (paperback). Oxford.
- Clemens Leonhard and Hermut Lohr, eds, Literature or Liturgy?: Early Christian Hymns and Prayers in Their Literary and Liturgical Context in Antiquity. Mohr Sieback.
- Carol Harrison and Caroline Humfress, eds., Being Christian in Late Antiquity. Oxford.
From the Fuller Center
- AFC contributor Evan Burns posts on “Uneducated Ministers?”
- The audio from Jason Duesing’s lecture series on Adoniram Judson is now available.
- Ian Clary introduces blog readers to “Books At A Glance.”
What did I miss this week? Share in the comments or on Twitter: @AFCBS or @dustinbruce.
Note: Inclusion of an article, book, or any other form of media on the Historiae ecclesiasticae collecta does not constitute a theological endorsement by the compiler, Michael Haykin, the Andrew Fuller Center or Southern Seminary.
Dustin Bruce lives in Louisville, KY where he is pursuing a PhD in Biblical Spirituality at Southern Seminary. He is a graduate of Auburn University and Southwestern Seminary. Dustin and his wife, Whitney, originally hail from Alabama.