Christ As Centre and Circumference

Christ As Centre and Circumference

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Essays Theological, Cultural and Polemic

“Dr. Montgomery’s latest book is one that every serious reader interested in clear Christian thinking should have on a table near her most comfortable reading chair. It is filled with a wide variety of bite-sized essays that are absolutely delightful —knowledgeable, fun, witty, and unexpected. If you have never read the work of J. W. Montgomery before, you are in for a treat. This is a book that brings together his best writing from the past with his latest essays. It’s a Christian feast of ideas that celebrates our Lord and His unfailing Word.”

Book Title Christ As Centre and Circumference
Author Verlag für Kultur und Wissenschaft
Date Published Sep 07, 2018

Essays Theological, Cultural and Polemic

“Dr. Montgomery’s latest book is one that every serious reader interested in clear Christian thinking should have on a table near her most comfortable reading chair. It is filled with a wide variety of bite-sized essays that are absolutely delightful —knowledgeable, fun, witty, and unexpected. If you have never read the work of J. W. Montgomery before, you are in for a treat. This is a book that brings together his best writing from the past with his latest essays. It’s a Christian feast of ideas that celebrates our Lord and His unfailing Word.”

Craig J. Hazen, Ph.D., Director, MA Program in Christian Apologetics, Biola University

What makes J. W. Montgomery tick? What has driven him over a massively productive career to such wide-ranging interests as computers and Chemnitz, legal theory and apologetics, human rights and Christology, Dawkins and Duchamp? The answer is clear: the gospel of Jesus Christ and its defense, articulation, and application to the real world in which the Word became flesh, died, and rose again as the Savior. Many of our best confessional-era theologians, both Lutheran and Reformed, were “Renaissance men,” but that’s rarely the case today. Dr. Montgomery is a glaring exception and this book is a wonderful display of that full scope of his remarkable insights. While being an ardent defender of the Lutheran confession, he is far from parochial. Even in places where one might disagree, the clarity, logic, and relentless rigor of his arguments will kindle fires in hearths that we didn’t even know we had and make us better advocates for the gospel.

Dr. Michael Horton, J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologtics, Westminster Seminary California

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