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The Heritage of Anglican Theology

J.I. Packer went to be with the Lord in July 2020. Nearly a year later, we are blessed with a wealth of theological jewels in Dr. Packer’s posthumous work, The Heritage of Anglican Theology. This resource is a collection of lectures compiled from the author’s course he taught at Regent College. The original intent of […]

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Recovering the Lost Art of Reading

Recovering the Lost Art of Reading by Leland Ryken and Glenda Faye Mathes Reading has fallen on hard times. Technology and all things visual have led to a steady decline of the written page. Leland Ryken and Glenda Faye Mathes have something to say about this problem in their book, Recovering the Lost Art of […]

The Promise The Amazing Story of Our Long-Awaited Savior

The Promise: The Amazing Story of Our Long-Awaited Savior

For centuries people have gathered to tell stories. Some stories are simply fun. Others are life-changing. The Promise: The Amazing Story of Our Long-Awaited Savior is a story of the latter variety. Indeed, it is a story about God’s plan for the nations. But it is not just any story – it is his story. […]

The New Creation and the Storyline of Scripture

The New Creation and the Storyline of Scripture

The New Creation and the Storyline of Scripture by Frank Thielman is the most recent installment in Crossway’s Short Studies in Biblical Theology. The goal of this series, according to the editors is “to magnify the Savior and build up his church – magnifying the Savior through showing how the whole Bible points to him […]

Embodied Living as Whole People in a Fractured World

Embodied: Living as Whole People in a Fractured World

Embodied: Living as Whole People in a Fractured World by Gregg R. Allison addresses a crucial matter that impacts every person. While every systematic theology addresses the issue of embodiment, few tackle this subject with the skill and precision that Dr. Allison does here. Allison shows at the outset that a theology of embodiment is […]

Books to read: Yours, Till Heaven

Yours, Till Heaven: The Untold Story of Charles and Susie Spurgeonby Ray Rhodes, Jr. Most Christians seem to know all about C.H. Spurgeon, but very few are acquainted with the love story between he and his wife, Susie. The author sets out to show readers the “depth of Susie’s commitment to Charles and consider how […]

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Books to Read: What the Bible Says About Divorce and Remarriage

What the Bible Says About Divorce and Remarriage by Wayne Grudem The Bible describes marriage as a God-initiated union established before witnesses, a union that is indissoluble. Indeed, God’s plan is for a man and a woman to enter a marriage covenant that lasts a lifetime. Wayne Grudem’s book attempts to navigate a biblical path […]

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Books to Read: The Wisdom Pyramid

The Wisdom Pyramid by Brett McCracken The rise of social media and the internet is slowly chipping away at the evangelical mind. A subtle erosion has set in and rendered people incapable of thinking Christianly. In the end, this tragic turn of events has led many to jettison the path of wisdom. Brett McCracken address […]

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Books to Read: Fault Lines

Fault Lines: The Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe Trouble has been brewing for some while now. Social justice warriors have taken to the streets, courtroom, and universities. Most recently, social justice has penetrated the church walls. While many applaud the social justice movement, including well-known evangelical leaders, a few are standing strong and […]

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Books to Read: The Word Explored

We live in a culture that is biblically illiterate for the most part. I recently spoke to a friend who lamented that many people have never heard of Jonah? My initial response was, “Who?” After a hearty chuckle, the tone turned serious as scores of biblical haven’t the slightest clue about the character of the […]