Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Drama of Scripture, by Craig Bartholomew

Craig Bortholomew and Michael Goheen have collaborated to write a helpful overview of Scripture that is appropriate for introductory college classes. They explainthat Scripture is comprehensive in its scope of history, covering creation through to consummation, and walk through the … Continue reading

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All I Have is Christ, by Jordan Kauflin

One of the most moving videos this year, adding meaningful illustration to an already meaningful song. All I Have is Christ

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Transforming Grace, by Jerry Bridges

Jerry Bridges has written a number of practical Christian books. This book in particular focuses on how our understanding and experience of grace should transform our lives. He does a fantastic job showing the impact that grace may have when … Continue reading

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From Forgiven to Forgiving, by Jay Adams

Jay Adam’s book on forgiveness has been a wonderful practical resource in my library. It begins by describing the forgiveness we as sinners have received from God, and then describes the forgiveness we might expect (and practice) among believers. Open … Continue reading

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