HARDLY ARCHAIC

The Voice of Mark Retold by Greg Garrett Commentary by Matthew Paul Turner Thomas Nelson, 2008 113 pages

IN A COLLECTION of talks and lectures under the title The Luminous Dusk, Dale C. Allison Jr. writes with guarded concern about what he calls the "fate" of the Bible. Where else but in churches and seminaries, he asks, do people yet think they can get the truth by reading "an archaic tome"? Allison suspects that much of the contemporary Biblical trade is in gift Bibles, which are forever kept but scarcely touched. "The encouraging sales," he writes, "do not prove that we are laying up Scriptures in our hearts."

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