Books

Review: Overflow

By William H. Willimon
This book came to me just when I needed it. This past June, the bishop appointed me to a church. The congregation had previously suffered decline but had recently experienced some … read more

Review: Without Apology

By Eric Van Meter
Stanley Hauerwas has made his reputation as a scholar by writing what he believes is the candid truth about Christian theology and ethics. His sermons reflect the same commitment… read more

Review: Senses of Devotion

By Eric Van Meter
With his latest offering, Fuller Theological Seminary Professor William A. Dyrness explores the aesthetics of a small set of Buddhist and Muslim groups in his area. The result, he … read more

Review: Unveiling Grace

By Jessica Miller Kelley
Unveiling Grace: The Story of How We Found Our Way Out of the Mormon Church is a compelling memoir of an American family’s journey into and back out of the Church of Jesus… read more

On Taking Many Books Captive to Christ

By Clifton Stringer
Several weeks ago my family moved to Boston, MA.  Boxes and boxes and boxes of books came with us. We put up some classy bookshelves which are one of my wife’s copious … read more

Review: How Israel Became a People

By Eric Van Meter
In order to understand Israel’s development as a nation, we must look not only to Scripture, but to archaeology, sociology, and other related disciplines to find the most… read more
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