Puritan Board Freshman
Has anyone read and would anyone recommend “A History of Christian Thought” by J.L. Neve? I’ve read parts of it and have really enjoyed it, but I just want to make sure it’s solid. My apologies if this post is offensive to anyone; I just want to make sure it won’t surprise me with a liberal theological spin as I work through it. I know Neve was associated with the United Lutheran Church of America that eventually became the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. I can see that it’s mainline and a bit liberal, at least now. I’m not one who is afraid to read scholars from different traditions (I’m Reformed Baptist), I just don’t want to have to use a theological filter- I don’t have the band width for that right now. I just want to be a sponge and enjoy the ride. Thank you for any input you are able to provide. Much appreciated!