"Vanhoozer calls us all to become theological interpreters of everyday culture, becoming everyday theologians. . . . The subsequent chapters, which are examples of how one does everyday theology, go a long way in demonstrating how this all works. They are accessible and interesting, even clever in choice of object for analysis. . . . The book is a worthy addition to Baker Academic's series on cultural exegesis."--Richard Stern, Homiletic



"Vanhoozer's method . . . is rich with philosophical and theological insight. His breadth of knowledge across multiple disciplines is impressive and substantial. . . . A number of essays written by Vanhoozer's students use his method for cultural exegesis. . . . I found these parts to be interesting, lucid, and informative. They more than adequately present his method of cultural exegesis and apply it in a very user-friendly way. . . . The content is not only useful for training in cultural exegesis, but it also contains insight ready-made for the pastor in the field. There will be more than a few sermon series derived from this work. . . . There is an attempt in every chapter to bring Scripture and theology to bear on issues of everyday life. This would seem to be a major aid to those practitioners attempting to cross the divide between the biblical and cultural context, and it is a welcome addition to the field of practical theology. . . . I would recommend this book to anyone interested in understanding how culture and theology should interact."--Michael McDowell, Criswell Theological Review,1000_QL80_.jpg

“R.C. Sproul is a consummate teacher, especially skilled at explaining difficult theological concepts in uncomplicated terms. Here, he tackles every major category of systematic theology in a succinct, lucid, evenhanded fashion. This is a tremendously valuable resource for everyone from the newest believer to the most seasoned pastor. It is quite true that we are all theologians. Dr. Sproul helps us all be better theologians.”

-- Dr. John MacArthur



“Do you need to be a theologian to read this book? Of course. But that’s the point of the title: you are—the real question is whether you are a good one or not! So, read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest Everyone’s a Theologian. By the time you are finished you will almost certainly be a healthier and happier one.”

-- Dr. Sinclair B. Ferguson

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