The book review podcast returns after a long lay off. We take a look at a Christian classic, a Dodge City history, and the Princess Bride and Philosophy
Tag Archives: Bibliotheca
Bibliotheca Palatina: Pierre Viret and the OK Coral
Sorry for missing some months, but you get it this month. Two books read and reviewed. One is a 2020 published book on Tombstone and the second is a book about the Reformer Pierre Viret.
Bibliotheca Palatina: Three history books three reviews
It has been a while, but we are back with book reviews. Today we take a look at three different books about history. One bad, one okay, and one good. Take a listen.
Bibliotheca Palatina: Bede and Books
I know I missed a month, but I do have a book review or two for you now. Some good history about Gilbert Tennent and from the Venerable Bede.
Bibliotheca Palatina: Three Books on Whitefield
We examine a bevy of three books all about the same man: George Whitefield. Thomas Kidd, Harry Stout, and Stephen Mansfield all write biographies of America’s first celebrity and all their books are examined.
Bibliotheca Palatina: Puritans, 9Marks, and what?
This month we take a look at a trio of works: The Bruised Reed, a classic Puritan work; Discipleship, a short book by 9Marks; and Toxic Charity. A little something for everyone.