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Web Reviews of Banner Books 2008 No. 12

Category Book Reviews
Date January 9, 2009

‘A precious work that no serious expositor of the Bible should be without. If you found Calvin’s commentaries valuable, you will discover his sermons to be priceless.’ [Josh Gelatt in giving Calvin’s Sermons on the Acts of the Apostles, Chapters 1-7 an ‘honorable mention’ in his 2008 Book of the Year selection]

Below are links to selected online reviews of Banner titles posted during December 2008. The views expressed are of course those of the respective bloggers. For each title mentioned, a link is also provided to the appropriate page of the Banner online Bookstore, where orders can be placed.

Notes

Josh Gelatt (Indian River, Michigan) on his Sundry Musings blog. His original review of this title can be found here.

Jason Button (Montgomery, Alabama) at TheoSource.

Michael Kear (Enid, Oklahoma), The Moderate Calvinist.

Andrew Roycroft (Northern Ireland) on his Double Usefulness blog.

Nicholas T Batzig (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) on his Feeding on Christ blog, primarily looking at the subject of the contextualization of Scripture.

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