I bought 'Christ and Culture' by Don Carson today after enjoying what I understood of his lectures at Moore earlier this year. I've read a few of his books before, but now I'm finding I read him like he lectures, and I hear his voice as I do it (kind of like in the movies when someone reads a letter from someone else). If you've heard Carson lecture before you'll understand what I am talking about, and why this is not a good thing.
Don't get me wrong, I think Carson is great, I just wish he spoke a little slower. It would make reading him much easier.
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