90 Days in Judges, Galatians, and Ephesians (Explore the Book) by Timothy Keller and Richard Coekin

In Christian literature, many devotionals are a dime a dozen, with little or no substance or any true difference between them.  This is not the case with the newer series titled Explore By The Book produced by The Good Book Company.   Explore By The Book takes a unique approach which is truly a breath of … Continue reading 90 Days in Judges, Galatians, and Ephesians (Explore the Book) by Timothy Keller and Richard Coekin

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90 Days in Genesis, Exodus, Psalms, and Galatians (Explore the Book) Edited by Lee Gatiss

Calvin, Lither, Bullinger, and Cranmer, individually these are some of the greatest theologians who have ever lived and put together, these Reformers are akin to the 1927 New York Yankees.  Needless to day when all of these godly men are created as authors in a devotional, the book becomes not only a must read, but … Continue reading 90 Days in Genesis, Exodus, Psalms, and Galatians (Explore the Book) Edited by Lee Gatiss

Where was God when that happened? by Christopher Ash

As a human people we ask a lot of questions, a lot of them.  Some are extremely tough while others are relatively easy.  Answers to these questions can be answered with the same degree of difficulty.  In Christopher Ash’s new book Where was God when that happened? And other questions about God’s goodness, power and … Continue reading Where was God when that happened? by Christopher Ash

1, 2, 3 John: Redemption’s Certainty (Focus On the Bible) by John D. Hannah

While the Apostle John wrote five book in the New Testament, the three most books are the Gospel according to John, Revelation and 1st John.  Unfortunately this leaves the rest of his epistles largely unread.  The most common reason for this is their brevity, with 2 and 3 John being a single chapter each.  This … Continue reading 1, 2, 3 John: Redemption’s Certainty (Focus On the Bible) by John D. Hannah

Martin Luther and the Enduring Word of God by Robert Kolb

The Year 2017 has brought along a lot negative and some positive elements so far, yet a high point in 2017 is that this year is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.  On October 31st 1517 Martin Luther nailed the 95 theses to the door of Wittenberg Abby, the spark which began a reformation, … Continue reading Martin Luther and the Enduring Word of God by Robert Kolb

Confessions of Sin and Assurances of Pardon: A Pocket Resource by Bobby Griffith Jr.

Confessions of Sins and Assurances of Pardon are a fantastic part of Biblical worship.  Yet many times pastors only have a few that they use in their liturgy repetitively and even though they rotate them these confessions and assurances can become overused.  So where is a pastor to turn to when they need new ideas … Continue reading Confessions of Sin and Assurances of Pardon: A Pocket Resource by Bobby Griffith Jr.

The People’s Book: The Reformation and the Bible

The People’s Book: The Reformation and the Bible is written by various Biblical Scholars and edited by Jenifer Powell McNutt and David Lauber.  This edited volume published by IVP Academic is part of a slew of works concerning Martin Luther and the Reformation.  If you were not aware the year 2017 is the 500th anniversary … Continue reading The People’s Book: The Reformation and the Bible

Luke (Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament) by Alan J. Thompson

As a student of Biblical Greek, of which this mastery did not come easy, I am always on the lookout for new aids in the study of biblical original languages.  Most of these works are in the form of reference materials, such as grammar books.  The Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament series is … Continue reading Luke (Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament) by Alan J. Thompson

Readings in the History of Christian Theology (Vol. 2) Revised Edition

“If we do not examine and learn from the past we have learned nothing.”  This is the line of thinking that we as a people must have when it comes to history, be it ecclesiastical, national, familial, or cultural.  History is important and when we look at why our forefathers wrote, experiences and rebelled against, … Continue reading Readings in the History of Christian Theology (Vol. 2) Revised Edition

1, 2, 3 John (The Story of God Bible Commentary) by Constantine Campbell

There are many different types of commentaries, some are more scholarly, some are more devotional in nature.  In the end while some are on either extreme, most fall somewhere in the middle, as is the case with The Story of God Bible Commentary series published by Zondervan.  The newest commentary in this series is 1, … Continue reading 1, 2, 3 John (The Story of God Bible Commentary) by Constantine Campbell