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Spend the Money, Read and Rejoice! Mar 12, 2009
38 bucks for 330 pages? Forget it, buy it and enjoy. This is that good, if you're into Reformation theology and apologetics of the best sort. 18 collected essays into various topics are offered here, with some known names such as Sproul and Horton and unknowns such as Parks and Espinoza.
All written in honor of Rod Rosenbladt.
Read through about half of these now and can provide for you that this is truly a fascinating, stimulating read, e.g. Espinosa shook my apologetic foundation with a fascinating take on integrated apologetics done in law-gospel, God-involved defense throughout; Pless provides a great insight into Emergent spirituality, flushing out McClaren's exclusion of Lutheranism and what that might entail: enthusiasm from life to doctrine is suicidal, to quote him "Enthusiasm is always suffocating." Richie has informative look at Lewis' idea of reportage, the influence of false prophets. On and on it goes, with Parks giving great insight into sola scriptura.
This is stuff Rod would truly enjoy, since it is his theology and life. You'll gain much from digesting these well-written essays, engaging with them, challenging them, learning from them.