Deep Waters by Richard Kew

Deep Waters

God of the Depths
by Michael Howard
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1999 (available to North Americans through Amazon.co.uk)
(160 pages; £9.99, paper)

by Richard Kew

When my seminary contemporary, Michael Howard, said in his family Christmas letter that 1999 had seen the publication of his book God of the Depths, I decided that it was something I wanted to get hold of and to read. I am so glad that I did, because it is a book that has edified me enormously. Not long, 132 pages, it is well-written, pastoral, and above all, thoroughly theological.

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