The reader has much to gain from Peckham's thoughtful engagement with the Bible and with the debate over classical Christian theism.
The Heart of Anger attempts to identify anger's root and provides many helpful portraits of the sinful human heart with Biblical corrective.
All that Is in God is a short but loaded critique of Evangelical theology. However, the argument is as alarming as it is unpersuasive.
None Greater offers a clear account of the classical attributes of God but is unpersuasive, relying on a flawed methodology.
Contemplating God argues that Evangelicals need to retrieve the classic doctrine of God. It has good things to say but many problems.