Another Review of What Christians Ought To Believe

Another Review of What Christians Ought To Believe February 7, 2017

Glad to see another positive review of What Christians Ought to Believe, this time by Donnie Haflich over at Solid-State Apologetics

Anyone who thinks that the practice of orthodox doctrine in one’s life is a pursuit of stale, boring, and dusty thinking from ancient people who were not as technologically advanced as we, has not read anything written by an Anglican.Of course this statement has its caveats, as not all Anglican thinkers and writers are orthodox in any sense of the word. Here enters the mind and thinking of Michael Bird. An Aussie, Anglican, and able thinker, Bird brings doctrine to life in a recent work titled, What Christians Ought to Believe: An Introduction to Christian Doctrine Through the Apostles’ Creed


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