Created and Creating

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Created & Creating: A Biblical Theology of Culture

William Edgar. Publisher: IVP Academic, 2017.

Reviewed by Marvin J. Newell, senior vice president, Missio Nexus.

Synopsis

William Edgar is professor of apologetics, holder of the John Boyer Chair of Evangelism and Culture, and coordinator of the apologetics department at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. As such, he is no lightweight when it comes to speaking to issues related to culture. Consequently, it is by no means a light read.


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