Colleague and author dr Reinder Bruinsma recently read and discussed my book Avontuurlijk Wandelen in his weekly blog. I must say I am very honoured by the words he writes.

I think my favourite sentence is:

Books like that of Tom de Bruin will be warmly welcomed by many readers, because of their fresh perspective on the ‘old book’.

I do hope that I can share some fresh perspectives and add to the richness of Biblical studies and theology.

Go check out his blog (in English and Dutch)!

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Ministry, Mission and Ordination | Tom de Bruin · May 27, 2015 at 10:51 am

[…] mirabilis for publications. In the last six months I published my PhD, a theological book on the New Testament, and a number of articles. Yesterday, I just received a copy of my book on ordination that I wrote […]

Ministry, Mission and Ordination [updated] | Tom de Bruin · May 27, 2015 at 10:53 am

[…] mirabilis for publications. In the last six months I published my PhD, a theological book on the New Testament, and a number of articles. Yesterday, I just received a copy of my book on ordination that I wrote […]

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