Reviews of Children’s Books by Professor Trevor Cairney
Sharing a calendar can allow communities to teach, remember, and proclaim what is important to them. Christmas is a good time to reflect on what sort of calendar, if any, Christians should observe.
Bibliography: The Historical Jesus
This bibliography was compiled by Dr John McClean, to supplement his article in Case Magazine #29, ‘Veiled in Flesh’.
On the various ‘quests of the historical Jesus’:
J. C. Paget, “Quests for the Historical Jesus” in The Cambridge Companion to Jesus, Markus Bockmuehl ed. (Cambridge: CUP, 2001), pp138-55.
Craig A. Evans. “Assessing Progress In the Third Quest of the Historical Jesus” JSHJ Vol 4,
In April 2011, Christians in the Media (CIM) hosted a live debate on the topic ‘Media ethics in disaster zones’. This article is based on the presentations of debaters Paul Richards and Mark Hadley; question time; and closing comments by Dominic Steele.
Andrew Errington reviews David Bentley Hart’s The Doors of the Sea - Where was God in the Tsunami?
Craig Josling reviews Ben Witherington III’s book Jesus and Money: A Guide for Times of Financial Crisis
File: Jesus and Money.pdf
Should Christians be recklessly generous or prudently provide against future want? Paul Mills examines the Bible’s commendation of these approaches to wealth.
Dr Paul Mills is a Senior Economist with the International Monetary Fund, and an occasional writer for the Jubilee Centre.
File Name: Faith Versus Prudence.pdf