Welcome once again to Eerdmans All Over, a Friday roundup of all the Eerdmans-related news, reviews, interviews, and other interesting online content we can find in a given week.
News from Eerdmans . . .
- Yesterday, on his imagined 115th birthday, we launched a new Facebook fan page devoted to famed fictional theologian Franz Bibfeldt, subject of Martin E. Marty and Jerald C. Brauer’s forthcoming volume The Unrelieved Paradox: Studies in the Theology of Franz Bibfeldt, 18th, or Perhaps 19th, Anniversary Revised Edition.
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- The Catholic News Service featured Ralph Martin’s Will Many Be Saved? this week in an article (“Misreading of Vatican II dampened missionary zeal, theologian says“), a video (“The strait and narrow path of the new evangelization“), and as a guest on the Vatican Voices podcast.
- Booklist announced its 2012 Top 10 Arts Books for Youth list, which this year includes Michelle Markel and Amanda Hall’s The Fantastic Jungles of Henri Rousseau.
- Jennifer Wharton also reviewed Markel and Hall’s book for Jean Little Library, saying that “completely against my will, I found this picture book biography about an artist which has none of his original art to be AMAZING.”
- Johnathan Kana wrote on Darrin Snyder Belousek’s Atonement, Justice, and Peace for Perspectives, calling the volume “uniquely edifying among works of its kind.”
- After reading it by candlelight during the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, intrepid blogger Nick Norelli posted his review of Kent Van Til’s The Moral Disciple on Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth yesterday.
- Nathaniel Claiborne wrapped up his series on Craig G. Bartholomew and David J. H. Beldman’s Hearing the Old Testament, concluding, “I really enjoyed this book and think it is a great resource on the Old Testament.”
- After receiving our latest catalog in the mail, Matthew D. Montonini shared a few of the forthcoming titles he’s most excited about on New Testament Perspectives. Joel Watts responded with a post of his own on Unsettled Christianity.
- San Francisco Bay area residents take note: Solano Community Church will host D. A. Carson for a (free!) lecture on The Intolerance of Tolerance this Sunday, November 4, at 7:30 p.m., on the campus of the University of California Berkeley. Learn more here.
- Speaking of Carson’s The Intolerance of Tolerance, Jeremy Walker posted his review of the book to reformation 21.
- Last (and definitely least) we had a good laugh this week at a bizarre online listing for Sergius Bulgakov’s The Comforter.
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