Book Notice: HOW CAN JUSTIFICATION MAKE ME JOYFUL? By Daniel R. Hyde

A delightful little booklet designed to gladden the heart of every Christian. Hyde expounds the nature of justification with application to Christian experience. The Joy of Being In Jesus The Joy of Loss (a wonderful irony!) The Joy of Gain…

Weekly Recap August 5

This week, we continued our conversations with Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin about the Reformation and our summaries of DA Carson’s THE ENDURING AUTHORITY OF THE CHRISTIAN SCRIPTURES, and we have a summary of FOUR VIEWS ON CHRISTIANITY AND PHILOSOPHY.

Book Notice: 1, 2, 3 JOHN: A MENTOR EXPOSITORY COMMENTARY, by Terry L. Johnson

This new commentary on the epistles of John certainly deserves mention—a resource the preacher will find genuinely useful. Comments follow the biblical text carefully and that with close attention to the theme and progression of the passage and context under…

Weekly Recap July 29

We’ve had a very busy week, with 8 posts in 5 days, including an updated Trinity Debate Bibliography!

THE UNSEEN REALM: RECOVERING THE SUPERNATURAL WORLDVIEW OF THE BIBLE, by Michael S. Heiser

It’s surprising that it took so long, but someone had to do it eventually. Usually in just by-the-way kinds of references Scripture makes us aware of a very real world that is all around us but that remains unseen, and…

THIRTIETH UPDATED EDITION OF THE TRINITY DEBATE BIBLIOGRAPHY

The 2016 Trinity Debate: A Bibliography Is it Okay to Teach a Complementarianism Based on Eternal Subordination?** Compiled by Jack Jeffery A bibliography of articles and posts in the current debate (began 3 JUN 2016)[1] concerning the eternal subordination of God…

Weekly Recap July 22

Six books, two interviews, just one week!

Book Notice: DISCIPLING: HOW TO HELP OTHERS FOLLOW JESUS

If the task of the church is to make disciples, then it is also our responsibility to learn how to help others follow Christ and to be intentional about it. And this is the value of Mark Dever’s latest contribution…

Weekly Recap July 16

A plethora of interviews this week. Do you know what a plethora is? Click on below and find out!

Book Notice: SERVING THE CHURCH, REACHING THE WORLD: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF DON CARSON, edited by Richard M. Cunningham

  Dick Lucas begins his Foreword to this book, “What is it about this man D.A. Carson that stirs in me, as in so many, thoughts of affection and admiration?” I suppose the answers vary to the individual, but the…

Weekly Recap July 8

We’ve had a great week, full of excellent interviews. Have a look!

Book Notice: INTRODUCTION TO HEBREW: A GUIDE FOR LEARNING AN DUSING BIBLICAL HEBREW, by William Fullilove

Here is a textbook of Hebrew grammar you’ll wish your professor could have used—for reasons Bruce Waltke explains here (from his Foreword): This book is the best introductory option for teaching Hebrew in a seminary, college, or university setting because…

Weekly Recap July 1

This week’s posts are brimming with fantastic interviews — Carl Trueman, David Murray, and our final interview in a series with Stephen J. Nichols.

Recently Released: THE TRINUE GOD: A VIDEO STUDY: 9 LESSONS ON THE BIBLICAL REVELATION AND ITS DOCTRINAL IMPLICATIONS

Fred Sanders has established himself as a leading theologian on the doctrine of the Trinity—when he speaks, people tend to listen. The Triune God is his most recent work on the subject, and this new video series is a survey…

Weekly Recap June 24

This week we had our final summary of Calvin’s Institutes, continued our interviews with Stephen J. Nichols, updated the Trinity Debate Bibliography, and continued our celebration of the Reformation. Check it out.

TWENTY-NINTH UPDATED EDITION OF THE TRINITY DEBATE BIBLIOGRAPHY

The 2016 Trinity Debate: A Bibliography Is it Okay to Teach a Complementarianism Based on Eternal Subordination?** Compiled by Jack Jeffery A bibliography of articles and posts in the current debate (began 3 JUN 2016)[1] concerning the eternal subordination of God…

Weekly Recap, June 17

Another excellent week celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, and this one is full of interviews with excellent authors. Check it out!

THE GOSPEL: HOW THE CHURCH PORTRAYS THE BEAUTY OF CHRIST, by Raymond C. Ortlund, Jr.

Our generation is blessed to experience an increased desire to learn the Word of God in depth and specifically to see a large-scale return to gospel-centeredness in our churches. But this growing interest in understanding the gospel inevitably forces the…