Book Reviews

Another Book About Paul?A Review of 40 Questions About the Apostle Paul

Debates have raged for decades over the teachings of the apostle Paul. From John Piper and N.T Wright’s writing treatise and counter-treatise over the “New Perspective” tocomplementarians and egalitarians arguing over what Paul meant when he taught on gender roles, there has been no shortage of ink spilled. Paul has been used to justify the […]

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A Great Lay Level Commentary Series

The Evangelical church has not always done a good job of developing preachers. Don’t misunderstand me. There are several really good seminaries that are training men to preach the Word accurately and passionately. But what about the average lay-elder in the church? These are men who are required to be able to preach by the scriptural qualifications for

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Do Not Be True to Yourself

              Graduation speeches can be a little like Disney movies. They contain good nuggets, and oftentimes good stories, but usually are built on a faulty view of mankind, which means that they ultimately fall short of accomplishing any kind of meaningful goal. Speeches by Christians ought not share in this fatal flaw.               In his delightful (and

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Can We Trust the Bible?

A Review of 40 Questions About The Text and Canon of the New Testament. It seems like every few months there is a new attack on the New Testament. From “finding thehistorical Jesus” to evaluating other gospels, how do we know that the New Testament that we have todayis the actual full and closed canon

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