The Wanderer

As I walked through the wilderness of this world …

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I have been asked to draw attention to a couple of bits and pieces with regard to some of my writing.

Life-In-Christ-frontFirst, and most recently, I am informed that Life in Christ: Becoming and Being a Disciple of Christ (RHB) is now available in the UK from the excellent and helpful 10ofthose at extremely reasonable prices (Amazon.co.uk  have the Kindle, but no paperback stock). In the US, go to the publisher or try Amazon.com or Westminster Bookstore. This book sets out to trace in brief compass the saints’ experience of God’s lovingkindness, his sense of God’s tender mercies and great goodness, and his relationships with Christ in them and responses to them. If it sounds profitable, I trust it will prove so to you.

New Calvinism frontSecond, as it may be of interest to readers here, the little volume The New Calvinism Considered: A Personal and Pastoral Assessment (EP) is readily available in both the UK and the US. It is a fairly brief overview of the movement from a transatlantic perspective (i.e. looking at it on both sides of the ocean), giving an overall introduction, then considering the characteristics of the new Calvinism, offering some commendations, identifying some cautions and concerns, and closing with some suggested conclusions and counsels. You can bag it at Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk, but also through a number of thoroughly disreputable and shockingly subversive outlets.

Written by Jeremy Walker

Saturday 25 January 2014 at 10:39

Posted in Book notices

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  1. I quite like the thought of being thoroughly disreputable and shockingly subversive – usually we’re considered rather strait-laced & fuddy-duddy! See http://www.christianbookshopossett.co.uk for stock of New Calvinism Considered (Life in Christ is on it’s way too).

    Lorna Roe

    Saturday 25 January 2014 at 13:32


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