Thinking Through Creation
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Genesis 1 and 2 as Tools of Cultural Critique
Written by Christopher Watkin, Foreword by John M. Frame
Reading Genesis 1 and 2, we are tempted to see only problems to solve. Yet these two chapters burst with glorious truths about God, our world, and ourselves. In fact, their foundational doctrines are among the richest sources of insight as we pursue robust, sensitive, and constructive engagement with others about contemporary culture and ideas.
With deftness and clarity, author Christopher Watkin, who writes on modern and contemporary French thought, atheism, and religion, reclaims the Trinity and creation from their cultural despisers and shows how they speak into, question, and reorient some of today’s most important debates.
“Watkin does much more than round up the usual proof texts: he rather calls our attention to biblical patterns that diagonally cut through taken-for-granted false dichotomies. . . . Take up and take heed.” —Kevin J. Vanhoozer, Research Professor of Systematic Theology, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
“Tears down false dichotomies in philosophy and lifts up treasures of truth. . . .This book helps us to inhabit biblical worlds of thought so that we can see, interpret, and reach our world with the gospel.” —Trevin Wax, Bible and Reference Publisher, LifeWay Christian Resources
“Just brilliant! . . . In a rare combination, Watkin shows us at the deepest level what it means to read the world through the Word, but in a way that is genuinely accessible. His demonstrations of biblical patterns and structures are incredibly helpful.” —Dan Strange, Lecturer in Culture, Religion and Public Theology, Oak Hill College “Offers a radical and trenchant critique of contemporary culture and a well-grounded alternative shaped by the Christian Scriptures. I regard this slim volume as a seminal work, and I predict that it will become a classic of its kind.” —Albert M. Wolters, Author, Creation Regained
“One of the most refreshing books I have read in a long time. With deceptive simplicity, Watkin defends exegetical, theological, and philosophical verities that are much needed in today’s discussions.” —William Edgar, Professor of Apologetics, Westminster Theological Seminary
Paperback, 168 pages, notes, questions for reflection to students, pastors and Christians in the workplace, glossary, bibliography, Index of Scripture texts, index of subjects and names
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