Category Archives: Book Review
Of the many benefits that come from partaking in Communion, there’s at least one that’s been suggested that I hadn’t reflected on. In the book Feasting With Christ, Joel Beeke and Paul Smalley have compiled a collection of meditations on … Continue reading
Congratulations to Dwight Gingrich on winning our last book giveaway. Dwight won a copy of Greek For Life by Benjamin L. Merkle and Robert L. Plummer. Thanks to all who participated!
What, exactly, is an “undesigned coincidence”? Lydia McGrew explains, An undesigned coincidence is a notable connection between two or more accounts or texts that doesn’t seem to have been planned by the person or people giving the accounts. Despite their … Continue reading
Most Christians are, rightly so, of the opinion that robust biblical scholarship is necessary for translating the Bible well. It can be convincingly argued that a love and care for biblical language and literature is just as necessary. I’m currently … Continue reading
The problem of evil is “the one argument against God’s existence worth taking seriously.” Everyone will eventually encounter pain and suffering. In his new book, Suffering and the Search for Meaning, Richard Rice offers a picture of seven of the … Continue reading
When I first saw this book I said to myself, “Someone is going to come in looking for a green book on Jesus and I’ll know just what they are talking about.” My first inquiry wasn’t like that at all. … Continue reading
Chris Keith is a new author for me so I wasn’t sure what to expect when I saw his new book Jesus Against the Scribal Elite. When I saw endorsements from both Bart Ehrman and Craig Keener (among an impressive … Continue reading