A House For My Name:
Questions & Answers
The best stories subtly weave themes and characters and symbols into a stunning final tapestry. A House for My Name, written for family and classroom reading, reveals the rich weave that makes Scripture the Story of stories. Here, the review and thought questions found in the book are answered, by a Fellow of Theology at New Saint Andrews College, nonetheless. [Insert sigh of relief here.]
Praise for A House for My Name:
"A House for My Name will lead you out of the house of bondage to Enlightenment reductionism, . . . helping you read, pray, and think like a Hebrew."
-- R.C. Sproul, Jr.,Tabletalk magazine
"Families can deepen their understanding of the beauty and connectedness of God's story of His covenantal relationship with His people."
-- The Presbyterian Witness
Author: Joshua Appel & Peter Leithart
is a Fellow of Humanities at New St. Andrews College in Moscow, Idaho. Appel received his M.A. in Christian Thought at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida. He also serves as a pastoral assistant to Dr. Peter Leithart at Trinity Reformed Church. Joshua and his wife Sara reside in Moscow, have three children, and roast their own coffee.
Peter J. Leithart
holds degrees in English, history, religion, and theology, including a doctorate in theology from Cambridge University. He is a pastor at Trinity Reformed Church and a Senior Fellow at New Saint Andrews College (both in Moscow, Idaho). Leithart is the author of numerous books, including A House for My Name, Against Christianity,
and Solomon Among the Postmoderns.
He has also authored articles in journals such as Pro Ecclesia, Journal of Biblical Literature,
and Westminster Theological Seminary.
He and his wife Noel have ten children. Eleven if you count his blog.