Top Menu

Archive | Book Reviews

Book Review – Young, Restless, No Longer Reformed

Many today are attracted to reformed theology – that is, theology that follows the traditions and practices of John Calvin and other protestant theologians during the Reformation era. Today, the major players in reformed theological circles include names like John MacArthur, D.A. Carson, R.C. Sproul, John Piper, J.I. Packer, Albert Mohler, and Mark Dever, to […]

Continue Reading

Book Review – “Building Blocks: Strengthening Your Faith”

“I’d like to get back to the basics.” “I have grown up being taught _____________, but why?” “I became a Christian last week. Now what?” “We need more lessons about fundamentals.” Even though I’m still a young preacher, comments like these seem to be made more often than they used to. As people are becoming […]

Continue Reading

Book Review – “Homosexuality: A Biblical Discussion”

In the midst of a raging culture war, Christians are increasingly being forced to defend what the Bible says about homosexuality. The arguments in favor of homosexuality are becoming more and more diverse and sophisticated, leaving Christians no choice but to study the issue further. There have been some good books recently published that thoroughly […]

Continue Reading