I have two book reviews to post over the next couple of weeks.
The first is of Andrew Perriman’s newest title, The Future of the People of God: Reading Romans Before and After Western Christendom. Whereas the new Pauline perspective is a challenge to much of western, reformed understandings of certain theological terminology in Paul’s letter to the church in Rome, Perriman takes the challenge even further, looking to firmly situate the book in its historical-narrative context. I look forward to sharing some thoughts……and questions. You can visit his personal blog here.
After taking a little longer to read than expected, I am just about finished with the third and final book of C.S. Lewis’ Space Trilogy, That Hideous Strength. You can read my reviews of the first two books: Out of the Silent Plant review and Perelandra review.
Because I am away on holiday this week, I will look to post the review of Perriman’s book next week. Then, the following week, I should post a review on Lewis’ book.