7&7 The Way To Heaven by Dylan Stopher

There are so many sensationalist Christian books on the market that it’s a bit startling to find one that doesn’t promise to change everything you’ve ever known about the current hot topic.…

Start Where You Are by Rashawn Copeland

False starts and derailments plague the Christian life. It can be discouraging and leave us wanting to quit all together. Start Where You Are, by Rashawn Copeland, is written for people who feel like giving up. You may, or may not be, at rock bottom, but you know…

Already Gone by Ken Hamm and Britt Beemer

A survey by George Barna shows 61% of today's young adults attended church when they were younger, but have since left the church.…

Infant Baptism in the First Four Centuries

by Joachim Jeremias From the back cover: Joachim Jeremias here makes his greatest contribution in a study of the early tradition of infant baptism. He offers exegesis of pertinent New Testament passages, and readers will be impressed with the extra-Biblical evidence he produces to support that there was…

Grateful American by Gary Sinise

I’m late. Which isn’t all that surprising, if you know me. Grateful American, by Gary Sinise, came out back in February. Mid-February! And now it’s late March. I’m late. And yet, I doubt Mr. Sinise is upset with me. How do I know? First of all, I’m willing…

Unoffendable by Brant Hansen

*I wrote this years ago for another blog. It seems even more poignant today. Brant Hansen is a closet Lutheran. What I mean is that his view of grace, scripture, and even his view of humanity are all Lutheran. I hope that isn’t offensive. I was first introduced…

The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis My rating: 5 of 5 stars It’s been a while since I’ve read this classic and I still love it. C.S. Lewis is one of the great adventure writers that so clearly paints good versus evil. This tale…
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