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Pawned


Looking at our sexuality from a biblical standpoint. . . . Dr. Gary Foshee. Pawned: Redeeming Our God-Given Sexuality. 264p., $16.99, Deep River Books. People walk into pawn shops every day and pawn priceless heirlooms for pennies on the dollar, … Continue reading

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Galatians on F.I.R.E.


Taking a deeper dive into the book of Galatians. . . . Dr. Ken J. Burge, Sr. Galatians on F.I.R.E. 234p., $16.99, Deep River Books. Rather than telling you what the book of Galatians teach, this edition of the New … Continue reading

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Three in One


Looking at the Trinity in fresh ways. . . . William David Spencer. Three in One: Analogies for the Trinity. 256p., $21.99, Kregel Academic. Throughout history, Christians have pictured the relationships between Father, Son, and Holy Spirit through analogies. Such … Continue reading

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Who Told You That?


Choosing God’s truth over the lies of the world. . . . Laurie Etta Neill. Who Told You That?: Seeking Truth in a World of Deception. 272.p., $15.99, Deep River Books. “Who told you that?” That was God’s question for … Continue reading

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Preaching


The subtitle says it all. . . . Daniel Overdorf. Preaching: A Simple Approach to the Sacred Task. 240p., $20.99, Kregel Ministry. In Preaching, experienced preacher and teacher of preachers, Daniel Overdorf, leads readers through a tested process for sermon preparation … Continue reading

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Maximize!


Utilizing the unique and considerable strengths of the small church, rather than trying to emulate/keep up with the big boys. . . . Ron Klassen. Maximize!: Leveraging the Strengths of Your Small Church. 128p., $15.99, Deep River Books. Blending rich … Continue reading

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A Wonder-Filled Life


Looking back on a lifetime of service to God. . . . Joshua A. McClure. A Wonder-Filled Life: Galatians 2:20. 330p., $17.99, Deep River Books. Because we are created in God’s image, we have a spiritual thirst. God has “planted … Continue reading

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In the Shadow of the Quran


Dialoguing with Islam (and a few dozen imams from around the world), while confronting Islam with Islam. . . Edward J. Hoskins. In the Shadow of the Quran: Prophets, Messengers, Truth, and Lies. 304p., $16.99, Deep River Books. The Qur’an is … Continue reading

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Five Views on the New Testament Canon


Was the selection of books in the New Testament inspired by God or shaped by the decisions of men? Five theological variations on the spectrum of “yes.” . . . Stanley E. Porter and Benjamin Laird, eds. Five Views on the … Continue reading

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Kerux: 1–2 Kings


An in-depth look at the checkered history of the kingdom of Israel, and tips on how to preach through it. . . . David B. Schreiner and Lee Compson. 1–2 Kings: A Commentary for Biblical Preaching and Teaching. Kerux Commentaries. 272p., … Continue reading

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