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An Interesting New Book

Here's an interesting new book from Martin Downes, and one in which I am a contributor (along with a number of more notable Reformed writers such as: Carl R. Trueman, Tom Schreiner, Michael Horton, Mark Dever, Ligon Duncan, Derek Thomas, R. Scott Clark, Tom Ascol, Guy Waters, Ron Gleason, Sean Michael Lucas, Iain D Campbell, Gary L. W. Johnson, Conrad Mbewe, Geoffrey Thomas, Joel Beeke, Robert Peterson, Michael Ovey).

You can pre-order the book here: Click here: Against Heresies: Risking The Truth: Special Offer

Here's part of the forward from Sinclair Ferguson:

It is a privilege to introduce and recommend this unique book. The brain-child of Martin Downes it makes a very distinctive contribution to the early 21st century church. In addition, for anyone interested in the views of some of the thought-leaders in a variety of reformed communities, Martin Downes has assembled an all-star team whose contexts are as diverse as –among other places—the Western Isles of Scotland where Iain D Campbell is minister, to the Eastern States of the USA where Carl Trueman and Mark Dever reside, Wheaton outside of Chicago where Greg Beale teaches, Jackson Mississippi (which wins the prize for its three resident contributors), to the West Coast of America, and then to Africa where Conrad Mbewe serves as pastor of Kabwata Baptist Church in Zambia, and then to London where Mike Ovey teaches theology, and back to home base in Wales where Martin Downes himself is a minister.

These are men to whom others, older as well as younger, look to guide their patterns of thought about the gospel, the church and the world. Most of them know each other personally, or at least by reputation, and share a mutual esteem for one another’s work. In addition, they all belong to a variety of “communities” connected together in an unplanned but real network of churches, institutions and publications. Together they represent a prodigious literary output.

Reader Comments (4)

How am I going to order this from Wales? is it not coming out in USA?
May 4, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRaymond Coffey

What's the theme of your contribution?
May 4, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterConor

Not only will it be out in the US in July but the book will also be in American English.


Thanks for pointing people in the direction of the book.
May 4, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterMartin Downes

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