The Wanderer

As I walked through the wilderness of this world …

Another Portrait update

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We are moving closer to printing A Portrait of Paul (more information). I hope to whet your appetites with a foreword soon, as well as the aforementioned video endorsement, and in the meantime the publishers are playing with the typesetting and toying with possibilities for indeces. As the actual publication arrives, I hope you will bear with me as I add a few snippets along the way. I do not intend to wallow in the foetid pool.

At the moment, orders can be placed with Reformation Heritage Books as well as Westminster Bookstore, Monergism Books, Christian Book Distributors (CBD), and Grace Books International. A few other places are apparently ready to make it available, but I am struggling to keep up with them all.

Derek Thomas, the John Richards Professor of Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi, was kind enough to read the manuscript and commend the book:

In this dual-authored portrait of Paul as a minister of the gospel, Ventura and Walker have captured the very essence of ministry. On every page, we are forced to reflect upon the dimensions of apostolic ministry and urged to comply. Packed with exposition and application of the finest sort, these pages urge gospel-focused, Christ-centered, God-exalting, Spirit-empowered, self-denying ministry. I warmly recommend it.

Written by Jeremy Walker

Wednesday 8 September 2010 at 23:10

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  1. Methinks the lady doth wallow too much…


    Jonathan Hunt

    Thursday 9 September 2010 at 15:02

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