How to Mark a Book The essay below is convincing and helpful to those who are afraid to mark and write in their books. The essay is found here.
(A Hat Tip to Clark’s Ancient church syllabus)
Berkhof’s Systematic Theology: Been reading through Berkhof’s Systematic Theology and I’m almost done! Yay and nay because I’m going to miss reading through it, as corny as that may sound. Learned a lot from it, for instance that distinctions are important and crucial in theology; Berkhof does this very well. His ST is very sharp. One could use it as a theological cook book, but I think it’s best read straight through first. Because, agreeing with Josh, every section/chapter is interconnected to each other and has a strong flow to it that the reader could benefit from. This book here is one to own, mark and write in. Read on partner, read on!
This work is also available in Spanish. One could purchase that version either online or at the Evangelical Bible Bookstore in North Park, San Diego.