This notebook--a spiritual journal by noted evangelical theologian Donald Bloesch--covers a range of subjects, including sin and sainthood, heresy and orthodoxy, the church and the sacraments, marriage and celibacy, failure and success, despair and hope.
Bloesch's lucid, concise writing style polishes and illuminates the gems of his thought. The result is a scintillating collection of precision and depth--a treasury of theological reflection.
Endorsements & Reviews-
Acclaim for Theological Notebook, Volume I: "Reminiscent of the Pensees of Blaise Pascal . . . [Bloesch] offers the reader access into the dynamic thinking of one of the finest evangelical theologians of our time. . . . The sheer fecundity and creativity of his mind is dazzling." --Clark H. Pinnock
"A treasure of thought-provoking, spiritually stimulating, humorous, and engaging comments! . . . Bloesch comes alive in a new way." --Robert Webber
Donald G. Bloesch
Donald G. Bloesch was Professor Emeritus at Dubuque Theological Seminary in Dubuque, Iowa. His other books include Essentials of Evangelical Theology, The Struggle of Prayer, and, more recently, the seven volume Christian Foundations series.