I am reading and loving James Hamilton's masterpiece God's Glory in Salvation through Judgment: A Biblical Theology. It is a triumph of godly, passionate, artistic scholarship. Hamilton goes through the entire Bible. I'm up to Matthew and, unless he goes badly south sometime soon (which I don't expect), I plan to write a glowing review when I finish.
All that to say that you Kindlers can now get this $40.00 book for $7.99. That is a terrific price for a first-rate book.
To be clear, I am profiting from all of it. I am learning a lot. I won't teach any of those books without checking Hamilton again. But that's not to say I agree with every word. For instance, I'll be praying for the brother's understanding of Isaiah 7:14.
But it's amazing how much we do agree. I started a letter to Dr. Hamilton marveling at how some things he says about Proverbs queues up with my Master's thesis on the book from '83 — but the letter's still unsent. It's uncanny, though; only he and I (that I've seen) make strong appeals to Deuteronomy 6:4ff. and 17 as critical for understanding Proverbs as principally authored by Solomon.
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