Young, Restless, and Reformed

Those of you who attend Zion’s services on Wednesday evenings know how much I like to pass out interesting articles and you may remember one I passed out last year from Christianity Today entitled “Young, Restless, and Reformed,” by one Collin Hansen, which may be found online here: “Young, Restless, and Reformed.”

Well, according to the Bluefish, Collin Hansen, the author of the original article, has expanded his article to a book-length treatment and the Bluefish received a copy of it at the Band of Bloggers meeting that took place the evening before T4G and has reviewed it here: Review: Young, Restless, Reformed (Collin Hansen). Bluefish’s review understandably focuses on implications for the UK, but his review is helpful for US readers nonetheless and the book itself (as the article did) focuses on the situation Stateside.

I have not read the book, only the article, but if the book is as good as the article, it will be well worth the read. It retails for $14.99 but Amazon has it for $10.49 here.

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About Michael R. Jones

Pastor and PhD candidate writing on Paul's theology of suffering.
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2 Responses to Young, Restless, and Reformed

  1. thebluefish says:

    Glad you appreciated the review, I think it’ll be a worthwhile read for you.dave

  2. Arthur Sido says:

    I have a copy if you want to read it. It is pretty far down my list of things to read because I am so far behind.

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