A Review of Dave Hunt’s What Love is This? Calvinism’s Misrepresentation of God Laurence M. Vance* Vance Publications Pensacola, Florida I. An Overview One would think that the debate over the doctrines of Calvinism, which has gone on for four hundred years, would have subsided by now. Yet, books on the subject continue to appear.
Full Pardon: The Harry L. Greene Story. By Harry L. Greene and Robert C. Larson. Richmond, VA: Good News Publishing, 2001. 183 pp. Cloth. $14.95. Harry Greene is a former felon who received a full pardon and now heads one of the largest prison ministries in the world, Good News Jail & Prison Ministry (GNJPM).
Dictionary of Premillennial Theology. By Mal Couch ed. Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel Publications, 1996. 448 pp. Cloth. $23.99. Published in 1996, this book continues to be a handy resource for anyone seeking to understand dispensational theology. Indeed, it might well be re-titled, “Dictionary of Dispensational Theology.” Fifty-six scholars contributed more than 180 articles on such
Perseverance in Gratitude: A Socio-Rhetorical Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews. By David A. DeSilva. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2000. 460 pp. Paper. $40.00. This is a book that can most aptly be described as a “glorious ruin.” It is “glorious” because it attempts to interpret the book of Hebrews
Totally Saved: Understanding, Experiencing and Enjoying the Greatness of Your Salvation. By Tony Evans. Chicago: Moody Press, 2002. 384 pp. Cloth. $19.99. Totally Saved serves as a catalog of Dr. Evans’s belief on salvation and its related subjects. We are not just saved from “the lake of fire and eternal darkness” but we are also
This Was Your Life! Preparing to Meet God Face to Face. By Rick Howard & Jamie Lash. Grand Rapids, MI: Chosen Books, 1998. 191 pp. Paper. $9.95. The back cover reads, “Imagine yourself face to face with the Lord. No secret remains hidden; even the thoughts and intentions of your heart are laid bare. Do