I want to learn more about the Church Fathers. I don’t think church history and tradition is equal in authority to Scripture, but we don’t live in a vacuum of time and we do need tradition as a guide, help, and check on our lives and understanding of Scripture. Here’s a new book by Bryan Liftin called, Getting to Know the Church Fathers: An Evangelical Introduction, that does that. I don’t know if it’s good, but I do want to read it. If you want to read a short interview with the author regarding why he wrote the book, click here.
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