The Wanderer

As I walked through the wilderness of this world …

Another “Portrait of Paul” update

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The publication of A Portrait of Paul (more information) is not far off, and my co-author continues to agitate for endorsements, scoring some surprising but gratifying hits.

Here, for example, is  Dr Joseph A. Pipa Jr, President of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary:

Ventura’s and Walker’s A Portrait of Paul: Identifying a True Minister of Christ makes an unique contribution to the literature on pastoral theology. Rather than approach their subject topically, they unfold Paul’s heart for and practice of ministry through an exposition of Colossians 1:24-2:5.  The authors balance careful and experimental exposition with challenging application–addressing both fellow Christians and Pastors.  All serious Christians, as well as pastors, will profit from this book; it is intellectually satisfying, experimentally challenging, and practically stimulating.

Furthermore, a sampler of the book is now available, comprising the foreword, introduction and chapter six.

In addition to the kind written endorsements, we have received the following video endorsement from Paul Washer:

As before, orders can be placed with Reformation Heritage Books as well as Westminster Bookstore, Monergism Books, Christian Book Distributors (CBD), and Grace Books International as well as a growing number of other places.

Written by Jeremy Walker

Thursday 23 September 2010 at 16:36

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  1. One doesn’t get much better than that as reviews go!


    Thursday 23 September 2010 at 16:48

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