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Searching for God in Christianity


Moving past theology and into the heart of God. . . . Sean A. Nolan. Searching for God in Christianity. 320p., $16.99, Deep River Books. This book helps Christian and secular culture alike understand the true heart and message of … Continue reading

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Biblical Worship


A survey of biblical worship, from the source itself to the present day. . . . Benjamin K. Forrest, Walter C. Kaiser Jr., and Vernon M. Whaley, eds. Biblical Worship: Theology for God’s Glory. Biblical Theology for the Church. 544p., … Continue reading

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An Invitation to Biblical Interpretation


For those ready to wade into the theological deep end. . . . Andreas J. Köstenberger & Richard D. Patterson. An Invitation to Biblical Interpretation: Exploring the Hermeneutical Triad of History, Literature, and Theology. 2nd edition. 704p., $51.99, Kregel Academic. In … Continue reading

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40 Questions About Biblical Theology


Because what we know about God dictates what we do about God. . . . Jason S. DeRouchie, Oren R. Martin, and Andrew David Naselli. 40 Questions About Biblical Theology. 400p., $27.99, Kregel Academic. To understand what the entire Bible … Continue reading

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Invitation to Biblical Theology


Taking a tough subject and making it more easily digestible. . . . Jeremy M. Kimble and Ched Spellman. Invitation to Biblical Theology: Exploring the Shape, Storyline, and Themes of Scripture. 528p., $44.99, Kregel Academic. Invitation to Biblical Theology provides a … Continue reading

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40 Questions About Calvinism


Everything you wanted to have foreknowledge of but was afraid to ask. . . . 🙂 Shawn D. Wright. 40 Questions About Calvinism. $24.99, 320p., Kregel Academic. In 40 Questions About Calvinism, church historian Shawn Wright tackles many issues about … Continue reading

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The Limitations of Theological Truth


God has no limits, but man has plenty of them, and nowhere is this clearer than in the world of theology. . . . Nigel Brush. The Limitations of Theological Truth: Why Christians Have the Same Bible but Different Theologies. … Continue reading

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What Happened in the Garden… Doesn’t Stay in the Garden


In his book The Knowledge of the Holy, A. W. Tozer famously declared, “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” This book delves into a subset of that idea; for … Continue reading

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How, How, How… No. Really. HOW?


Let’s start with the positive here: If you’re looking for materials that will help you develop a Christian worldview, this book can help. Unfortunately, it’s this book’s appendices that will help more in that matter than the actual text. Douglas … Continue reading

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Reframing the Gospel, or Diluting It?


Yeah, this one’s decidedly more scholarly than the usual fare here. And yet, at the heart of it is a very practical question: How does one adapt the gospel to the culture it’s being presented to—and when does it cross … Continue reading

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