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Review of 'An Introduction to Biblical Ethics: Walking in the Way of Wisdom'

This book's aim is to provide the reader with a summary of evangelical ethics on many topics in a single volume.

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Review of 'A Wind In The House Of Islam' by David Garrison

To move beyond the anecdotes and unsubstantiated numbers that may pass for missionary fundraising appeals, Garrison conducted face to face interviews asking each person: "What is your story?"

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Review of Rainer’s “Autopsy of a Deceased Church: 12 Ways to Keep Yours Alive”

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Were a church autopsy like a human’s, the cause of death might be listed as “self-inflicted wounds” or, perhaps, “overdose of painkillers”. The ills enumerated in these pages amount to variations on the common theme long ago termed the “incurvatus in se”, that vicious ingrown turning of the soul to its own ends...

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Mohler’s “Ten Books for Eager Reading: the 2014 Summer Reading List”

mohler_4G. K. Chesterton once wisely remarked that “there is a great deal of difference between an eager man who wants to read a book and a tired man who wants a book to read.” It may be true that readers can be divided into these two categories — those who are eager to read a book and those who just want a book to read.

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Review of Scott M. Gibson’s “Preaching with a Plan: Sermon Strategies for Growing Mature Believers”

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... Gibson likewise addresses important questions of culture related to theology and consumerism… “How do we preach Christ in a culture that thinks it deserves salvation?”

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Jesus or Nothing
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Dan Dewitt has a brand new book out titled Jesus or Nothing. It’s a book that talks about the clash between theism and nihilism, and it’s very well done and accessible. I was pleased to write an endorsement of this book 
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Review of Stone’s “People Pleasing Pastors: Avoiding The Pitfalls of Approval-Motivated Leadership”

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Stone writes to help deliver Christian leaders—not just pastors—from this common temptation. Too often ministry is done with an eye to avoiding criticism or simply being liked by everyone.

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A Review of Walker’s “The New Calvinism Considered”
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... But Walker gives most of his attention to “Cautions and Concerns” about the movement. Under this rubric he includes pragmatism, commercialism, an unbalanced view of culture, a troubling approach to holiness, ecumenism, unresolved issues surrounding charismatic gifts, and triumphalism.
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Tchividjian Recommendation of Giertz’s “The Hammer of God”

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a book that has had a profound influence on me–is Bo Giertz’s (1905-1988) fictional work "The Hammer of God". ... Leland Ryken–longtime literature professor at Wheaton College–referred to The Hammer of God as “one of the best literary finds I have ever made.” I couldn’t agree more!

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Review of Collin’s “Did Adam and Eve Really Exist?: Who They Were and Why You Should Care”

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Collins will not satisfy many of his own denomination who expect an affirmation of 6-Day Creation. Nor will it satisfy those who consider Genesis to have little to do in describing the origins of humanity as we know it.

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