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Archive for the Book Reviews Category


Painting The Stars

“When I have a terrible need of – dare I say, ‘religion’? – then I go outside at night and paint the stars.” – Vincent Van Gogh Van Gogh’s quote serves as inspiration for the title of a new educational DVD/video series, titled:  “Painting the Stars: Science, Religion and Evolving Faith.” (Disclosure:  I received this […]

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Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? N.T. Wright

N.T. Wright eBook Sale – Only $2.99 (see the bottom of this message) Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? Dr. N.T. Wright Bishop Tom (Dr. N.T.) Wright, Bishop of Durham in the Church of England ”Did Jesus Really Rise From the Dead?” March 16, 2007 in Bast Center.     There is a BIG […]

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Interview with Professor James Torrance

An interview with James Torrance Following this video you’ll find information about my favorite theological work related to worship, from a Trinitarian perspective, written by Professor James Torrance.  It is well worth the read…and the video is worthy of your review.   Worship, Community and the Triune God of Grace by: James B. Torrance publisher: IVP […]

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Athanasius of Alexandria On The Incarnation

Athanasius of Alexandria “Naturally also, through this union of the immortal Son of God with our human nature, all people were clothed with incorruption in the promise of the resurrection. For the solidarity of humanity is such that, by virtue of the Word’s indwelling in a single human body, the corruption which goes with death […]

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Getting Past The Hurt When Others Have Wronged Us

Steve and Melanie McVey have written a wonderful book to help people who are struggling with the pain and hurt caused by some of the terrible things that have happened to them in their past. Specifically, this book addresses how to deal with those offenses (some big, some small) that are perpetrated against us because […]

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Thinking Naughty Thoughts (Book Review)

The “institutional church” has always had its critics.  That’s not surprising.  Only the most stubborn among our number could imagine that there are not  numerous problems that are holding it back from being a commanding force in society. What seems surprising, to me anyways, is that the most vocal critics are from within the Christian […]

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Coffee Shop Conversations: Making the Most of Spiritual Small Talk (Book Review)

Too much of what passes as “evangelism” in the contemporary church is nothing more than religious propaganda.  Armed with a “gospel track” comprised of a series of biblical verses (invariably taken out of context, i.e. “The Roman Road” or “The Four Spiritual Laws”) a would-be evangelist hits the road, with the intention of getting people […]

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Rightly Dividing The Word – Trinitarian Theology

There are lots of conversation around scriptural interpretation that “start” or “end” with the statement “rightly dividing the word of truth.”  In other words, you need to interpret it correctly.  Typically (not always) those who yell that statement the loudest are those most likely guilty of NOT “rightly dividing” the scripture.  Rather they are allowing […]

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The Trinitarian Faith, by Thomas F. Torrance

Trinitarian Faith: The Evangelical Theology of the Ancient Catholic Faith by: Thomas F. Torrance publisher: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, published: 2000-11-06 ASIN: 0567292193 EAN: 9780567292193 sales rank: 906929 price: $49.95 (new), $44.44 (used) This is the best book I have read on the trinitarian faith. Examines the importance of the Nicene Faith for Christian theology, cutting […]

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God is a Gift – Doug Reed (Book Review)

For the last twenty-seven years, Doug Reed has been the pastor of the Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Spring, Arkansas.   If you get a chance, visit the congregation’s website and see the beauty of the chapel’s structure and surrounding.  In addition to being a pastor, Reed has also been the editor of Thorncrown Press for the […]

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