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Big Greek Idea: James


An in-depth look at one of the most practical books of the Bible. . . . Herbert W. Bateman IV and William C. Varner. James: An Exegetical Guide for Preaching and Teaching. Big Greek Idea series. 336p., $33.99, Kregel Academic. To … Continue reading

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Christian Coaching Excellence


Bringing your coaching and mentoring to the next level. . . . Robert E. Logan and Gary B. Reinecke. Christian Coaching Excellence: Pursuing the Journey of Ongoing Growth. 253p., $24.99, Logan Leadership. A must-have resource for advanced coach development! Backed by … Continue reading

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Finding Our Way


Finding biblical ways to deal with the modern world. . . . Tom Greener. Finding Our Way: How Ancient Practices Help Us Navigate through Stress, Anxiety, and Alienation. 158p., $12.99, self-published. The French philosopher famously declared, “the more things change, … Continue reading

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A Contemporary Handbook for Weddings & Funerals


It is what it says it is. . . . Aubrey Malphurs, Keith Willhite, and Dennis Hillman, eds. A Contemporary Handbook for Weddings & Funerals. Revised and updated edition. 456p., $23.99, Kregel Academic. Weddings and funerals are some of the … Continue reading

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Reprobation and God’s Sovereignty


Everything you wanted to know about probably the most controversial aspect of Calvinism but was afraid to ask. . . . Peter Sammons. Reprobation and God’s Sovereignty: Recovering a Biblical Doctrine. 320p.., $25.99, Kregel Academic. The doctrine of reprobation—that is, … Continue reading

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Kerux: Colossians/Philemon


Another day, another commentary :). . . . Adam Copenhaver and Jeffrey D. Arthurs. Colossians and Philemon: A Commentary for Biblical Preaching and Teaching. Kerux Commentaries. 368p., $30.99 (hardcover), Kregel Academic. Kerux Commentaries enable pastors and teachers to understand and effectively … Continue reading

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Luke–Acts in Modern Interpretation


A long look at modern takes on Luke’s books. . . . Stanley E. Porter and Ron C. Fay. Luke–Acts in Modern Interpretation. 392p., $31.99, Kregel Academic. Luke-Acts in Modern Interpretation explores the lives and work of ten interpreters who have … Continue reading

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The Darkness


For those of you missing the Left Behind series. . . . Ron Brown. We Have Not Been Listening. Book One: The Darkness series. 182 p., $15.99, Deep River Books. St. Augustine Baptist Church, an African-American megachurch in the heart … Continue reading

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God’s Elect


A very different take on the difficult questions of election and predestination. . . . John Chipman. God’s Elect: The Chosen Generation. 112p., $14.99, Deep River Books. God’s Elect offers a message of hope for all Christians who worry about whether … Continue reading

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Kerux: Psalms, Vol. 1


Digging deeper into the wisdom (of the) Psalms. . . . W. Creighton Marlowe and Charles H. Savelle Jr. Psalms, Volume 1: The Wisdom Psalms. Kerux Commentaries. 240p., $27.99, Kregel Academic. Psalms, Volume 1: The Wisdom Psalms includes psalms with themes perpetuated … Continue reading

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