Ruth is an Old Testament commentary, written by L. Daniel Hawk published by IVP Academic. This commentary is a recent edition of the Apollos Old Testament Commentary Series with editors David W. Baker and Gordon J. Wenham, a series which is synonymous with excellent exegesis and superior application, this volume not only continues this legacy, but … Continue reading Ruth (Apollos) by L. Daniel Hawk
Just like we're placing a Hall of Fame sports figure, replace a legendary volume in a scholarly Commentary series is no easy task. Needless to say Eckhard J Schnabel had his work cut out for him to replace R. Alan Cole's commentary on the gospel of Mark for the spectacular Tyndale New Testament Commentary series. … Continue reading Mark (TNTC) by Eckhard J. Schnabel
Out of context, many times we take books quotes and other things out of their proper context to suit our own personal needs. This happens at Foley in the secular world but often in matters relating to Holy scripture. We live in the twenty-first century and we live in a contact very different from that … Continue reading The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament (Second Edition) by Craig S. Keener
Children are always asking questions, God made us this way so that we could learn about him, his creation, and our role in it. In the new book, Do baby bears have Mommy's?, Crystal Bowman and Terry McKinley do a fantastic job and taking the natural tendency of children to ask questions and answer a … Continue reading Do baby bears have Mommies?
As a minister I study of variety of topics, one of the most interesting is that purchase tree and as the father of two daughters I am always on the lookout for biographies of women of God who helped expand his kingdom here on Earth. While there are a few well-known women, most women of God … Continue reading Reformation Women by Rebecca VanDoodewaard
The book, Learning to Change: Congregation Transformation Fueled by Personal Renewal, is a convicting, humbling, and worthwhile read. Authors Harrington and Tricia Taylor demonstrate to Ministry leaders that the current way in which churches attempt to grow is not the easiest nor the best way to go about it. They demonstrate that the keys to real … Continue reading Learning to Change: Congregation Transformation Fueled by Personal Renewal