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The SABERS Cycle


A Bible study on learning to listen to God—especially leaders . . . The SABERS Cycle: A Cutting-Edge Study on Responding to God introduces new insights on responses to God that increase cutting-edge sharpness and purposeful stability in the waves of … Continue reading

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Sacred Strands


Turning mythology on its ear . . . . Lois Clymer. Sacred Strands: The Story of a Redeemer Woven through History. 144p., $14.99, Deep River Books. Christianity did not begin in Bethlehem. Likewise, the promise of a Redeemer was not … Continue reading

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A Commentary on James


And the commentaries keep on coming. 🙂 It’s James’s turn this time. . . . Aida Besancon Spencer. A Commentary on James. 352p., $26.99, Kregel Academic. This commentary sheds exegetical and theological light on the book of James for contemporary … Continue reading

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The Jesus of the Gospels


A study/entwining of the Gospels that’s both academic and understandable. . . . Andreas J. Köstenberger. The Jesus of the Gospels: An Introduction. 432p., $34.99, Kregel Academic. The Jesus of the Gospels brings together the best elements of a survey … Continue reading

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40 Questions About Islam


For those seeking to understand and reach out to Muslims. . . . Matthew Bennett. 40 Questions About Islam. 304p., $21.99, Kregel Academic. Islam is one of the most significant forces shaping the world today, but most Christians are confused … Continue reading

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Ephesians: An Exegetical Guide for Preaching and Teaching


Another one o’them commentaries for you to absorb, this one on Ephesians. . . . Benjamin I. Simpson. Ephesians: An Exegetical Guide for Preaching and Teaching. Big Greek Idea series. 448p., $36.99, Kregel Academic. Big Greek Idea provides all the … Continue reading

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FracMan Conflicted


And now, for something completely different: a Christian romance novel based around the fracking industry. And it’s decidedly more interesting than you might suspect. . . . Ian Dexter Palmer. FracMan Conflicted. 360p., $15.99, Deep River Books. Fracking for oil … Continue reading

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The Gift of One Day


Learning to appreciate life in the midst of grief and pain . . . and the story of one life in a day . . . Chris and Kerry Shook. The Gift of One Day: How to Find Hope When Life … Continue reading

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A Small Book for the Hurting Heart


The title says it all. . . . Paul Tautges. A Small Book for the Hurting Heart: Meditations on Loss, Grief, and Healing. 192p., $17.99, New Growth Press. Grief may threaten to overtake us or destroy our joy. In this … Continue reading

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Two Books on Creation


For those interested in aligning the often conflicting views of science and creation . . . Carol Hill. A Worldview Approach to Science and Scripture: Making Genesis Real. 240p., $29.99, Kregel Academic. There are a number of well-known areas of … Continue reading

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