Monthly Archives: October 2011
This book is a rare glimpse into the person life and ministry of John Piper and D.A. Carson. Piper charts his journey from the halls of academia to the pulpit, where he has become well-known. Carson charts his journey from … Continue reading
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Generally all of the books listed here are read before they are recommended. The reason for that is to make informed purchases as you build your library. This book is something of an exception because I am familiar with the … Continue reading
John Piper’s book will help Christians think about thinking. I’ve seen it given out to college students, and believe that it would be helpful to them in the face of sophisticated intellectual challenges to their faith. Yet, it is not … Continue reading
R.C. Sproul surveys the free-will controversy by introducing the reader to the views of Pelagius, Augustine, Cassian, Luther, Calvin, Arminius, Edwards, Finney, and finally, Chafer. Each man receives a chapter, and thus the work provides helpful historical perspective. Along the … Continue reading
The movie Courageous is currently in theatres and worth watching. It is a unashamedly Christian film, and in it you can expect to see the gospel, the power of Scripture to change lives, and a challenge to take responsibility for … Continue reading
Oswald Sanders’ book on leadership is a classic text. There are many who only know Sanders from his book on leadership and discipleship, so it might interest them to know that Sanders was a general director of the Overseas Missionary … Continue reading