In preparing for a class I am getting ready to teach in our Bible Institute, I have been going through our textbook, “Reseña Crítica de una Introducción al Antiguo Testamento” (A survey of Old Testament introduction) by Gleason L. Archer.
“But Not Forsaken” by Helen Good Brenneman is a fictional account of a Mennonite refugee family fleeing for their faith and freedom in 1940’s Europe.
The development of theological thought throughout the ages has interested me for some time, so “The Story of Christian Theology” by Roger E. Olson started as my theology book for 2010. I purchased the book at our bookstore and started reading it when another theology book came across my path and put this one on hold.
One of the new pastoral staff members of our church recommended and loaned “The Greatness of the Kingdom” by Alva J. McClain. I started reading in the appendix as the title “A Premillennial Philosophy of History” intrigued me.
Today I purchased two more books, although they will probably need to wait until my list clears up a bit. One is entitled “Diagrammatical Analysis” and was written by Lee L. Kantenwein. “Parts of speech are defined and diagrammatically illustrated in English, Greek and Hebrew. [from the back cover]. “The Hermeneutical Spiral” by Grant R. Osborne is the other book I am looking forward to reading.