By Bonnie DwyerAmong the books on my night stand calling out to be read is Nancey Murphy’s Bodies and Souls or Spirited Bodies, so I was pleased to find commentary on it while web surfing.
Lynne Rudder Baker reviewed the book for Notre Dame’s Philosophy Reviews.
Baker does a nice summary of each of the chapters and then concludes that Bodies and Souls is “written in a comfortable conversational style and introduces many of the controversies that confront Christians today.”
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There seem to be so many controversies, of late. Zeroing in and gaining some understanding would be a good thing. Not to mention the Forum Conference is coming up in October. Nancey will be the speaker. This is a chance to get acquainted ahead of time.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/4505