By Dustin Bruce
- Mark Movsesian writes on the latest Bonhoeffer biography, Strange Glory, at First Things.
- Thomas Kidd celebrates five years of Patheos with a roundup of his top five Anxious Bench posts. Also, make sure and sign up for his weekly newsletter.
- Check out John Fea’s recent interview with Todd Brenneman based on his new book Homespun Gospel: The Triumph of Sentimentality in Contemporary American Evangelicalism (Oxford University Press, December 2013).
- Learn about the influential systematic theologian John Murray.
- Check out this odd but interesting piece on “A Short History of Christian Matchmaking” by Paul Putz.
- American Puritanism and pop culture intersect on Books and Culture in “Cotton Mather and Uppity Women.”
- Douglas Bond posts on “Isaac Watts: A Child Poet” over on the Ligonier blog.
- Justin Taylor highlights a new book due out in October by Thomas Kidd in “George Whitefield: Lessons from Eighteenth Century’s Greatest Evangelist.”
- See the latest from Tom Nettles on The Founder’s Blog, “Fuller and Irresistible Grace: The Necessity of Regeneration as Prior to Repentance and Faith.”
Recent Book Releases
- Apollinarianism: An Essay on the Christology of the Early Church by Charles E. Raven.
- Original Bishops, The: Office and Order in the First Christian Communities by Alistair C. Stewart.
- Clothing the Clergy: Virtue and Power in Medieval Europe, c. 800-1200 by Maureen C. Miller.
- He Leadeth Me by Walter J. Ciszek S.J. and Daniel L. Flaherty S.J.
- The Pillars of Priestcraft Shaken: The Church of England and its Enemies, 1660-1730 (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History) by J. A. I. Champion.
From the Fuller Center
- Junior Fellow, Evan Burns, highlights Adoniram Judson’s piety amidst grief in “To Hold Myself in Readiness.”
- Don’t forget to check out our "Whitefield & the Great Awakening" conference page.
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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.