Bob Trube, Senior Area Director for InterVarsity’s Graduate & Faculty Ministry in the Ohio Valley, is in the top 1% of contributors to Goodreads. Even before this announcement, I had been following Bob’s excellent Goodreads reviews, Furthermore, inspired by The Best Christian Book of All Time, I had already asked Bob if he’d be willing to contribute reviews to the ESN Blog. AND Bob said, “Yes” 🙂
In light of the recent conversation regarding the writing of Peter Enns, I asked Bob’s permission to start with his material on Inspiration and Incarnation: Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament (Baker, 2005) and The Evolution of Adam: What the Bible does and doesn’t say about human origins. (Brazos Press. 2012). AND Bob said, “Yes” 🙂 It’s great to have Bob join the team of contributors to the Emerging Scholars Network (ESN)’s blog as we enter the fall term. Lord.
Note to all our readers: Please feel free to share your responses to one or both of the books by Enns. As I have done such previously, I encourage you to read a book before you comment upon it 🙂 It’s my intention that reviews such as those offered by Bob will not only provide opportunity for dialogue by those who have read the material, but also serve as teasers — helping our readers discern what books to place in their personal and book discussion group queue. If you have books you desire to review and/or have reviewed, please email me.. ~ Thomas B. Grosh IV, Associate Director of ESN, editor of ESN’s blog and Facebook Wall. [Read more…] about Book Review: Peter Enns Double Header