Book Notices -- By: Anonymous
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Demons Yes—But Thank God for Good Angels. By Lehman Strauss. Neptune, NJ: Loizeaux Bros., 1976. 121 pp. Paper, $1.95.
The title of this little book may give the impression that its content is primarily about good angels. That is not the case. Only one of the nine chapters deals with good angels. Most of the book deals with Satan and demons. The author relates his subject to practical Christian living, world governments, and even eschatology. The approach is somewhat unique and the book is easy to read.
R. P. Lightner
The Origin and Destiny of Man. By Francis Nigel Lee. Nutley, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Co., 1974. 119 pp. Paper, $2.95.
This work represents some of the results of the Christian Studies Center seminars, and is a collection of lectures given by the Scholar in Residence with this organization in Memphis, Tennessee. He is a Reformed scholar and pastor, trained in law and theology. The lectures deal in outline form with the origin, essence, plight, hope, and destiny of man. They are largely reiterations of and scholarly comments on basic Reformed creedal statements. The author espouses the position that the days of creation in Genesis 1 are not solar days, but rather periods of undetermined length of time. He argues cogently against theistic evolution
F. R. Howe
God’s Fantastic Creation. By Muriel Larson. Chicago: Moody Press, 1975. 188 pp. Paper, $1.50.
Selecting evidence from all realms of science, the author has put together a veritable handbook of testimony to the power and wisdom
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of God in His creation and sustenance of the universe. This work is a helpful guide to truths of science reflecting the intricacy of design, the amazing facts of organic life on many levels such as insect life, cell life, plant life of various kinds, and other realms both microscopic and observable to the naked eye. The argument rests on an effective application of the principle of reasoning back from detailed evidences of careful desian in the creation to an infinitely wise Designer.
F. R. Howe
The Doctrine of Salvation. By Arthur W. Pink. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1975. 164 pp. $5.95.
This renowned Bible scholar has given us, in this book, another definitive and very helpful study. As his readers know, he always writes from a strong Calvinistic position. This book is no exception. The study includes five parts: Regeneration, Repentance, Coming to Christ, A Fourfold Salvation, Heart Work. The fifth ...
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