August 6, 2007

OUTSIDE SOURCE Book Review: "The Hand of God"

BOOK REVIEWED: "The Hand of God," by Frederick Leahy
REVIEWER: Daniel Ritchie, from the "Reformed Covenanter" blog
EXCERPT FROM THE REVIEW: "Moreover, while wholeheartedly committed to doctrinal orthodoxy, Prof Leahy’s writings are always warmly devotional and highly practical; yet, in his critique of the Arminian view of redemption (chapter 4), he pulls no punches in exposing its errors. Furthermore, a number of helpful appendices have been included defending the historicity of the Genesis account, highlighting the baneful influence of evolution, and refuting the Openness of God heresy (which reduces God to a half-decent chess player). The only thing I don’t like about this book is that it is the last one by Prof. Leahy; however, through this - and his other writings - ‘he being dead still speaks’ (Heb. 11:4 NKJV). I hope that The Hand of God (as well as his books of the cross) has a wide readership - it certainly deserves it."
To read this entire review, click HERE.
For information on this book, or to buy it, click HERE.

1 comment:

Daniel Ritchie said...

Glad you enjoyed my review.