Brad East

Brad East is Assistant Professor of Theology at Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas. His articles have been published in Modern Theology, International Journal of Systematic Theology, Scottish Journal of Theology, Pro Ecclesia, Journal of Theological Interpretation, and Anglican Theological Review. His essays and reviews have appeared in The Christian Century, Comment, Commonweal, First Things, Living Church, Los Angeles Review of Books, Marginalia Review of Books, Plough Quarterly, and more. He is the editor of Robert Jenson’s The Triune Story: Collected Essays on Scripture (Oxford University Press, 2019) and is the author of two forthcoming books: The Doctrine of Scripture (Cascade, 2021) and The Church’s Book: Theology of Scripture in Ecclesial Context (Eerdmans, 2022).
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Befriending Books: On Reading and Thinking with Alan Jacobs and Zena Hitz

Over at Mere Orthodoxy, Brad East reviews new books by Alan Jacobs and Zena Hitz: You cannot think for yourself. You can...

Can the Humanities Find a Home in the Academy?

Brad East and Jon Baskin, editor for The Point Magazine, discuss the recent essay that Jon and Anastasia Berg wrote for...

Why the Church Needs Christian Colleges

Brad East and Alan Noble discuss the crises facing Christian liberal arts colleges and universities, the goods and ends of such...