Posts tagged christian books
Book Review: The Unsaved Christian by Dean Inserra

The Unsaved Christian by Dean Inserra is book that the Christian world as a whole desperately needs today. Much has been happening in evangelicalism over the last few decades, movements like the Seeker Sensitive Movement and the New Calvinism movement come to mind. Somewhere in the shuffle of all these movements, certain beliefs or even lack of beliefs have latched onto evangelicalism. Inserra writes with conviction and clarity toward these beliefs…

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Book Review: Christ's Call to Reform the Church by John MacArthur

This years marks 50 years of ministry by Pastor John MacArthur at Grace Community Church. He has seen many trends come and go. He has fought theological battles that have fundamentally altered the trajectory of modern evangelicalism. Christ’s Call to Reform the Church flows directly from those years of experience and speaks truth into the modern state of evangelicalism…

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Book Review: Woke Church by Eric Mason

Woke Church is at the forefront of a national debate that continues to rage in the United States and for good reason as many are trying to understand the pressures, injustices, and hardships the African American community has faced through the centuries from a Christian perspective. Eric Mason speaks a lot of truth into the situation…

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Book Review: Made For His Pleasure by Alistair Begg

Many books that are written today deal with the minutia of of a certain subject. They are detailed dives into one specific topic. In a way Alistair Begg’s new book, Made For His Pleasure: 10 Benchmarks of a Vital Faith, is specific, but its scope is much wider than just one topic.

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Book Review - Discerning Your Call to Ministry by Dr. Jason K. Allen

Many future pastors begin their pursuit of ministry plagued by doubt. They wonder whether they are truly called to this life of ministry, to this sacred duty, to the pastorate. Some pastors are unable to fully wrestle these doubts even until they re already in ministry and have been for years. So how can one be sure that they are indeed called to be pastors?…

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Book Review - One Blood: Parting Words to the Church on Racism by Dr. John Perkins

When I was a teenager, a retired pastor took me under his wing and discipled me. We would sit and talk for hours about all sorts of issues in theology and in the local church. That pastor is now with the Lord, but reading Dr. John Perkins’ One Blood made me feel like I just had a conversation with my beloved mentor…

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Book Review - High King of Heaven edited by John MacArthur

John MacArthur’s High King of Heaven is a treasure trove of Christology. MacArthur has assembled an impressive coalition of writers and expanded the thoughts set forth from his annual Shepherds Conference to create a great work that will benefit many students of theology...

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Book Review - The Gospel for Muslims by Thabiti Anyabwile

As Islam continues to spread across the Western Hemisphere, this book is a necessary and valuable asset towards not only evangelizing Muslims, but understanding their dogma. Thabiti Anyabwile is always an exceptional writer, but The Gospel for Muslims stands out to me...

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Book Review - On the Block by Doug Logan

Everyone loves to talk about being missional but few can really describe what it means to be missional beyond being evangelistic. Doug Logan has written the book on missional engagement. On the Black is a must read for any church planter or urban ministry pastor...

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