“Exploring Psychology and Christian Faith works as both a supplementary text in the classroom and a good general read for anyone interested in a Christian view of human nature through the lens of psychology. This is an integrated, organic approach that helps readers understand their Christianity and their psychology better.”—Everett L. Worthington Jr.
“With skills honed by decades of teaching and writing theology, Hans Schwarz combines admirable clarity with deep learning in this fine summary of Christian doctrine. Deeply evangelical and always in conversation with Luther, Schwarz is careful to include relevant reflections on Scripture, science, and philosophy in each chapter. This up-to-date invitation to begin the wonderful task of thinking God should be helpful to students, teachers, and pastors alike.”—Alan G. Padgett, professor of systematic theology and coordinator for Methodist studies, Luther Seminary
“James Thompson applies his exegetical skill, literary sensitivity, and theological acumen to the topic of Paul and the church. He corrects those who emphasize Paul’s soteriology but neglect his ecclesiology. Thompson sets that ecclesiology in the context of Paul’s theology. Ecclesiology and Christology are thus inseparable.”—Everett Ferguson, distinguished scholar in residence, Abilene Christian University
“For some, this little book will be a healthy reminder; for others, it will revolutionize their preaching.”—D. A. Carson, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois