"Genesis 1-4: A linguistic, Literary, and Theological Commentary" by John Collins

Wednesday, 02 May 2007

In a publishing world where there is no shortage of books about the biblical creation account, especially from the early chapters of Genesis, add one more from P & R publishing by Old Testament Professor C. John Collins at Covenant Theological Seminary (St. Louis, MS). This book differs from many other recent books on creation: it is scholarly, incorporates recent linguistic method, engages the science and faith issue, trods through the theological heights while not neglecting serious and sustained exegetical commentary, and yet-in the end-makes some disappointing claims that have no little consequences for systematic theology. This last point ...

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