Friday Finds (12/4/15)

Friday Finds is hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just share the new-to-you books you found during the week — books you either want to add to your TBR (to be read) list, or that you just heard about that sounded interesting. If you’ve discovered them this week, share them […]

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Evangelical Theology by Michael F. Bird

     “The gospel is an expression of the truth of God and the love of God, so it is the best platform on which to integrate a Christian love ethic and Christian creedal convictions.” In his new “Evangelical Theology,” Michael Bird has built his discussions on the foundation of the Gospel. While the book covers several […]

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The Silmarillion by J. R. R. Tolkien

     It’s a bit hard for me to summarize this one. This book contains many tales written by Tolkien that take place in Middle-earth, the world he created for The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Tolkien never actually got around to publishing this work. It was edited together by his son Christopher. It […]

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Erasing Hell by Francis Chan and Preston Sprinkle

     “Erasing Hell” is a response to Rob Bell’s “Love Wins.” Chan and Sprinkle delve into the Bible to see what God said about Heaven and Hell. Using Scripture as their main source, they also discuss what ancient Jewish and Christian writers had to say about Hell, as well as more contemporary Christian writers. Their […]

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Who Loves Bible Study? I DO!

Professor Rob Plummer has declared the month of May  “Read a Historical Theology text month.” What is historical theology? Plummer describes it as, “the academic discipline that looks at the development and articulation of Christian doctrine throughout church history.” He has decided to read about 30 pages a day from Gregg Allison’s “Historical Theology.” This […]

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The Cross of Christ by John R. W. Stott

     Simply read the title… that’s exactly what this book is about. In “The Cross of Christ” Stott discusses the purpose of the Cross, its effects, and how it should affect our lives today. He explains how the Cross worked to satisfy both God’s love and justice. The depth of this book is amazing. Stott discusses theological […]

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Book Giveaway: Following Jesus, the Servant King

 I’m giving away my copy of Jonathan Lunde’s Following Jesus, the Servant King. Check out the product page here. Read my review here. The contest starts today and will end at midnight (Central time) on 5/13/11. I only have one copy of this book, so there will be only one winner chosen at random. I will […]

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Book Giveaway: A Conversation with God

 I’m giving away my copy of Alton Gansky’s A Conversation with God. Check out the product page here. Read my review here. The contest starts today and will end at midnight (Central time) on 5/13/11. I only have one copy of this book, so there will be only one winner chosen at random. I will post […]

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Friday Finds 4/22/11

Friday Finds is hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just share the new-to-you books you found during the week — books you either want to add to your TBR (to be read) list, or that you just heard about that sounded interesting. If you’ve discovered them this week, share them with […]

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Max on Life by Max Lucado

      In his new book, Max on Life, Max Lucado answer questions his received throughout his career. He offers insight and Biblical support to questions such as: How can I know I am truly saved? How can I get free of the fear that God might not forgive me? What if things only get worse […]

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Friday Finds 4/15/11

Friday Finds is hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just share the new-to-you books you found during the week — books you either want to add to your TBR (to be read) list, or that you just heard about that sounded interesting. If you’ve discovered them this week, share them with […]

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Thursday Theology 4/14/11

I’m currently using BiblicalTraining.org to do some Bible study, and I decided to start with the basic classes so as to see everything the site has to offer. I’m a few lessons in and I last did “Learning More About God,” which is part of a series of classes instructed by Bill Mounce. In this class Mounce lists God’s […]

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