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“The center of all joy is Jesus Christ — the word-speaking prophet, the sacrifice-offering priest, and the peace-bringing king.” From this center, Ryken works back from Christ in this beautifully illuminating volume, a capstone to what was perhaps the best twelve months in Tolkien studies and monographs I’ve ever seen, which included Eilmann on Tolkien’s “highly distinctive Romantic longing for a lost world”; Coutras on Tolkien’s supreme articulation of majesty and splendor; and Rhone on Tolkien’s “mythopoeic” worldview which connects him to Lewis, Chesterton, and Mac Donald.
The year was rather slow for large academic commentaries, but this volume would have been the most important and significant commentary in just about any year.
New Testament Apocrypha Gnostics Church Fathers Other Early Christian Writings is the most complete collection of Christian texts before the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD.
The site provides translations and commentary for these sources, including the New Testament, Apocrypha, Gnostics, Church Fathers, and some non-Christian references.
Whenever I read Jonathan Edwards on the glory of Christ, I am surprised again at how much time he devotes to Christ’s humility, obedience, and demonstrations of love — the nitty-gritty acts of Christ’s life. No hope without it.” The — because without the life-obedience of Christ, there would be no gospel hope for him to offer us.
The concentration of so many edifying titles, in such a short publishing season, is nothing less than a remarkable work of the Spirit.
Christians handled marriage and sex and worship and social action so distinctly from the Roman pagans around them, it was impossible not to notice the differences.