48 pages | $4.99 | Booklet | Series: Faithful Learning
Summary: Some Christians choose to study no literature except for the Bible, fearing the allure of sin in secular writing. Yet the Bible itself is a literary work; God knew we would best understand what he is like through the universal art forms of poetry and story—and so, for ourselves and those we wish to reach with the gospel, there is value in studying what literature is and how it communicates ideas.
Clifford Foreman, a respected English professor for over 25 years, takes us on an exploration of literature and its various forms, engaging the works of respected secular authors to illustrate each form and to show us the beauty and Scriptural potential of an artful use of language.
About the Author:
Clifford W. Foreman (MA, PhD, Boston University) is professor of English and moderator of the faculty at Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Georgia, where he has taught since 1986.
Other Books in this Series:
1. Sociology by Matthew S. Vos
Summary: Christ asks us to be in the world but not of it. Matthew Vos shows us how sociology strengthens our understanding of the world’s issues and our relationships within it.
Summary: Does philosophy have any value for our faith? James Spiegel insists that Christians need philosophy to discern wrong ideas and shows us how it can enhance biblical faith and living.
Summary: Can academic study cultivate and nourish our faith, as well as the other way around? Jay Green shows how to embrace academic study for its potential in studying God’s world.