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This Momentary Marriage

May 25, 2012

The video below will pull at your heartstrings. It’s a great story of how this book… helped a faithful, God-honoring marriage.

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John MacArthur: Servant of the Word and Flock

March 28, 2012

On a trip to the Shepherd’s conference, I finished reading Iain Murray’s John MacArthur: Servant of the Word and Flock. I highly recommend it for every Christian! In the first few pages, Murray lists 5 characteristics of an evangelical leader. How do you and your church leaders match up? 1. An evangelical leader is one […]

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Top 7 Books of 2011

December 17, 2011

Top 7 Theological/Christian Books I Read in 2011 7. Anthony A. Hoekema, Created in God’s Image. This was a required book for a seminary class I took on the doctrine of man and sin. Most required reading is somewhat tedious and difficult to wade through, but Hoekema’s was refreshingly easy to read. He does a […]

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Sproul and Carson on Biblical Interpretation

April 8, 2011

Are you using these verses incorrectly? Good point they make on John 3:16.

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Parody of Love Wins, by Rob Bell

April 4, 2011

In February 2011 megachurch pastor Rob Bell shook the evangelical world with the video promotion of his new book Love Wins. The response that ensued surprised many pastors and church leaders as suddenly Universalists began coming out of the woodwork, passionately commenting on opposing blogs and even writing their own. Those supporting Bell simply said, […]

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What is a Commentary?

March 4, 2011
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Is Ghandi in heaven or hell?

February 28, 2011

Update: The best review of Love Wins is Kevin DeYoungs long, but theologically accurate blogpost found here. Is Ghandi in heaven or hell? This is the question Rob Bell asks in his new provocative video, which promotes his upcoming book Love Wins. Here’s the promo from his publisher (bolding mine): In Love Wins: Heaven, Hell, […]

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My Top 10 Books of 2010

January 1, 2011

This year was a record year for the reading of books. I didn’t keep count of the books, but I estimate it was around 50 books. About 70% of my reading is in the area of theology, church history and Christian biographies (with a the majority being theology.) The other 30% are education books, general […]

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