Saturday Afternoon Book Review: Tim Keller

Timothy Keller, Generous Justice: How God’s Grace Makes Us Just (New York: Dutton, 2010) Reviewed by Wes Vander Lugt “When people see the beauty of God’s grace in Christ, it leads them powerfully toward justice.” As this summary statement indicates, Keller’s latest book demonstrates the necessary relationship between grace and justice through biblical commentary, compelling [Read More…]

Saturday Afternoon Book Review: Wesley Vander Lugt

Kelly M. Kapic, with Justin Borger, God So Loved, He Gave: Entering the Movement of Divine Generosity (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2010). 281 pp. $19.99/£12.99. Reviewed by Wesley Vander Lugt PhD Candidate University of St Andrews Editor, Transpositions It is rare to recommend a book without any reservations, but Go So Loved, He Gave is that sort [Read More…]

Saturday Afternoon Book Review: W. Vander Lugt

Theology, Political Theory, and Pluralism: Beyond Tolerance and Difference (Cambridge Studies in Christian Doctrine)by Kristen Deede Johnson. Cambridge University Press, 2007; pb 2010. 276 pp. £21.99/$36.99. ISBN: 9780521154680. ~Reviewed by Wesley Vander Lugt, PhD Candidate at the University of St Andrews and editor of Transpositions, a blog exploring the interaction between theology, imagination, and the [Read More…]