I’ve had my eye on this for a while and really enjoyed working through the other Christian Heritage paperback editions of Owen’s writings. This one makes it just in time for some Easter reading.
Same thing with this one, good Easter reading and a book I’ve had my eye on, but I also need this for a research paper on justification for my Romans class. This I think will prove a nice companion to Wright and the other books I’m using as sources.
In working through Horton, I thought it might be helpful to actually familiarize myself with the Belgic Confession (1985), the Heidelberg Catechism (1975, updated 1988), and the Canons of Dort (1986). I am hoping that in some places were he is vague and unhelpful it is because he is assuming you are familiar with the creeds and confessions. Even if not, considering I am graduating in two months, I ought to have these handy.
Same impulse as above. I’ve read the confession of faith before, but I don’t remember working through either catechism. Should make for some good reflective post-graduation reading.
So, hopefully here in a few days, now that we are break, I can start working through all of these. Berkhof and Horton may keep me busy, as will sermon prep and an exegetical on Romans 1, but somewhere in there hopefully I can relax poolside with some casual reading.
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