Cultural Encounters: A Journal For The Theology Of Culture Volume 11 Number 2 (Summer 2016) - Page 124

BOOK REVIEWS feel that Strachan simply desires to prove his points instead of entering a meaningful conversation about the strengths and weaknesses of this position. In the overview of biblical theology he presents the oft-used motif of prophet, priest, and king to frame how we ought to understand the pastoral role. Sadly, he doesn’t add any new thinking or perspective to the literature field of this common motif. Strachan also omits any thorough discussions of other