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Don't Call it a Comeback by Kevin DeYoung
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Jul 23, 11

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Read from July 08 to 23, 2011

This was an enjoyable read, but like every book with multiple contributors, it had its strong chapters and its weak ones. Overall, I felt that the writers did a good job of addressing each theological topic within the short chapters they were allowed. This is an excellent introduction, or review, of the most vital theological positions of the Church. A definite recommendation to read. One caveat to that is that if you are well-read in theology already, there won't be anything innovative here, but there is still some good discussion in light of modern issues.

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07/09/2011 page 26
07/17/2011 page 106
47.0% "I am happily amazed that this book takes the vital distinctives of Protestantism and presents them clearly and concisely. All is excellent so far, and I don't expect the rest to disappoint."
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