Theological essays are dusty, humourless affairs aren’t they? Well, they don’t have to be! This is the second collection of essays by Carl Trueman. His first collection was received with enthusiasm. This time Chick Lit, Adolf Eichman, the i-pod, Francis J. Beckwith, the Blues, Watership Down, American Idol, Nietzsche, zen-calvinism, Augustine and ferrets(!) all get a mention.
If you want to inform your mind and chuckle at the same time – Carl’s your man!
Timothy Larsen ~ McManis Professor of Christian Thought, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois
“Shows the author as a master wordsmith – It will challenge, stimulate, inform and teach. It confirms Trueman’s place as one of contemporary evangelicalism’s most dynamic young theologians.”
Iain D. Campbell ~ Minister, Point Free Church of Scotland, Isle of Lewis
“Affirms the historic evangelical faith with great force, clarity and excellent judgement.”
Paul Helm ~ Teaching Fellow, Regent College, Vancouver, Canada
“I cannot think of a young evangelical writer and theologian whose works I more eagerly read.”
Mark Dever ~ Senior Pastor, Capitol Hill Baptist Church and President, 9Marks.org, Washington, DC
“The wit of an evangelical Chesterton, prophetic insight of Francis Schaeffer and the accessibility of John Stott.”
Melvin Tinker ~ Vicar of St John’s Newland, Kingston upon Hull, England