Carson's review of From the Finger of God by Philip Ross

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  1. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator Staff Member

    A number of Reformed leaders have recommended 'From the Finger of God by Philip Ross' as a very helpful book. I note that Don Carson has reviewed this book. Has anyone read Carson's review? If so, what did you think of it?

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  2. Peairtach

    Peairtach Puritan Board Doctor

    Presumably the review isn't online.

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  3. Jerusalem Blade

    Jerusalem Blade Puritan Board Post-Graduate

    The actual Ross review by Carson is an essay, “The Tripartite Division of the Law: A Review of Philip Ross, The Finger of God,” in the book, From Creation to New Creation: Biblical Theology and Exegesis: Essays in Honor of G. K. Beale, ed. Daniel M. Gurtner and Benjamin L. Gladd (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 2013), 223–36. One would have to buy the book to read it, I gather.

    Interview with Ross: https://kevinfiske.wordpress.com/tag/from-the-finger-of-god/

    A review: https://craighurst.wordpress.com/20...reefold-division-of-the-law-by-philip-s-ross/

    Carson On Disputable Matters (he mentions his essay): http://themelios.thegospelcoalition.org/article/on-disputable-matters

    As Carson edited the 1982 book, From Sabbath To Lord's Day, which, if my memory serves me right, does not take a Sabbatarian view, he may possibly continue in that vein, though it was 34 years ago, so I can't say.
     
  4. Stephen L Smith

    Stephen L Smith Moderator Staff Member

    Thanks for the information Steve. Yes the review was in GK Beale's book tribute. An irony!
     
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