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Dec
12

Victory through the Lamb: A Guide to Revelation in Plain Language – Book Review

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Victory through the Lamb: A Guide to Revelation in Plain Language By Mark Wilson. Wooster, Ohio; Weaver Book Company, 223 pp. $17.99. I first became acquainted with the author, Mark Wilson, through his book Biblical Turkey: A Guide to the Jewish and Christian Sites of Asia Minor (2010). Mark has lived in Turkey since 2004…
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Dec
09

The Purpose Driven God

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Western Seminary’s Ryan Lister has recently published The Presence of God: Its Place in the Storyline of Scripture and the Story of Our Lives and was asked to blog on the topic of his book for Crossway. Fundamental Questions In 2002, Rick Warren released The Purpose Driven Life, a wildly popular book that topped numerous best…
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Dec
03

Kids Plant Churches: 6 Principles from a Children’s Storybook

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Children’s author and illustrator Peter Brown wrote a fine book a few years ago entitled The Curious Garden, containing wonderful metaphors of church planting and disciple-making.[1] I first read this story to my kids when we happened upon it at our local library. It made such a good impression on us that we eventually purchased…
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Nov
26

Book Review on Biblical Portraits of Creation: Celebrating the Maker of Heaven and Earth

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Biblical Portraits of Creation: Celebrating the Maker of Heaven and Earth By Walter C. Kaiser Jr. and Dorington G. Little. Wooster OH: Weaver Book Company, 2014. 164 pp. $15.99       Dr. Walt Kaiser needs no introduction to most Christian readers. He is president emeritus at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and the author of numerous…
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Nov
12

Book Review: Know the Heretics

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Know the Heretics by  Justin S. Holcomb Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2014. 176 pgs.   Who was Pelagius and why should the members of my church bother to find out? Why should we be interested in Arius’s ideas about Jesus Christ, ideas that were condemned as unorthodox hundreds of years ago? Let’s face it, when it…
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