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Recommended Books (Summer 2017)

Reading is a sacred act of creation and memory. Our ability to use words to...

What’s All the Fuss About “The Benedict Option”?

by Christa Hill with Matthew Steven Bracey For several years now, Rod...

ANYONE CAN BE SAVED: Book Review

by Richard E. Clark From General/Arminian to Particular/Calvinist, Baptists...

Recommended Books (Spring 2017)

When the sweet showers of April have pierced The drought of March, and...

The Lost World of Genesis One: A Review

In 2009, IVP Academic published John H. Walton’s The Lost World of Genesis...

Preaching: A Review

Mark Dever rightly notes, “Right preaching of God’s word is central to...

Destroyer of the gods: A Review

Early Christians were strange people in the eyes of Roman citizens. That was...

Words of Wisdom from Pastors with Tenure (Part 1)

A 2011 Lifeway Research poll found that the average tenure for pastors in a...

The ERLC, Marriage, and Ministry: A Conversation with Ray Ortlund, Jr.

On Tuesday, January 17, 2017, I had the opportunity to attend an Ethics and...

Transformational Leadership, Books, and Politics: An Interview with Allison Ball

by Frank Thornsbury You’ve probably heard the proverb, “Good leaders are...

Why Pastors Aren’t Perfect: An Interview with Zack Eswine

Pastors are a very unique species. They are not only called to bridge two...

The Christian Publisher, Church, and Family: An Interview with Ron Hunter

For decades, Randall House Publications has served the National Association...

What Makes a Sermon ‘Good’? An Interview With Jeff Jones and Jeff Manning (Part II of II)

by Jacob Riggs “The preacher . . . is the only one who is in a position to...

What Makes a Sermon ‘Good’? An Interview With Jeff Jones and Jeff Manning (Part I of II)

by Jacob Riggs “The preacher . . . is the only one who is in a position to...

Carl F. H. Henry on the Christian Stake in Legislation

How should the Church address social issues today? Writing in the 1960’s,...

Legacy of Scalia

Consider what fans and critics alike have said about Antonin Scalia: “He...

A Theology of Suffering from C.S. Lewis

How do we make sense out of suffering? The first step is to realize that...

A Good Reminder for “Tech-Savvy Parenting”

Sometimes conventional wisdom, conventional as it may be, isn’t so wise...

Edmund Burke on Liberty and Virtue

Religion, law and morality interact with each other in ways that affect the...

Thomas Oden on “Theology”

I’ve often been intrigued by the range of definitions that are suggested...

Where Grace Abounded Sin Abounded More?

In his 1611 work A Short and Plaine Proofe, Thomas Helwys argued...

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