All tagged Justin Holcomb

May's Book Reviews

So around here I do a lot of book reviews. Ask my wife and she'll tell you all the gory details. I'm working for balance I promise. So let's take a brief look at the book reviewed in the months of May.

Though Creeds and Councils is unable to cover all the creeds, catechisms and councils of church history, its attempt is valiant and marginally successful. In relatively few pages, Holcomb is able to cover all of the important ecumenical councils (chapters 1-7), the great Reformed creeds (chapters 9-11) and even a recap of recent modern activity (chapters 12-13). The glaring absence however is the Lutheran tradition.