The Weekly Hit List: June 15, 2012

Broken Hallelujahs by Christian Scharen
was reviewed on Jesus Creed.

“Scharen’s book is well-written, thoughtful, clear, and provocative. It offers a needed corrective. . . .

“The best part of Scharen’s book to me was his discussion of the theology of glory and the theology of the cross. He shows that brokenness can be ‘true.’

“Art must be listened to with the kind of heart that desires to know more of it. Scharen calls this ‘knowing with’ art and proposes that this kind of listening enables us to see things about ourselves that we didn’t know were there.”


Quick Hits:

Speaking of Dying by Fred Craddock, Dale Goldsmith, and Joy V. Goldsmith was reviewed by Publishers Weekly.

Luke (BTCB) by David Lyle Jeffrey was reviewed on Mark Braye’s blog.

Psalms for All Seasons was reviewed on the iCrucified blog.

The Pangea Blog featured a video of Miroslav Volf speaking on “What Still Surprises Miroslav Volf about America.”

In case you missed it: Peter Enns was on The (Re)vangelical Podcast discussing The Evolution of Adam and how science and Christianity can relate.