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  • Feminine Threads

    from Starr Meade Sep 16, 2011 Category: Book Reviews

    “Christianity is a religion of history.” With these words, Diana Lynn Severance launches into a comprehensive survey of church history from the New Testament to the present day. As is obvious by the book’s title, Feminine Threads: Women in the Tapestry of Christian History is a survey intended to be selective. Severance brings two particular aspects of church history into sharp focus:  the roles of individual women in that history and the way the church has thought about women through the centuries. Keep Reading
  • Esther & Ruth

    from Lane Keister Jun 13, 2011 Category: Book Reviews

    It is a privilege to review Esther & Ruth, coming as it does from one of this reviewer's favorite series, and written by one of this reviewer's four favorite living Old Testament commentators (the other three being John Currid, John Mackay, and Dale Ralph Davis). I tend to purchase everything written by these four authors, and I would heartily recommend that Reformed pastors do the same. It will never be money wasted. Keep Reading
  • TrueU: Is the Bible Reliable? DVD Set

    from Keith Mathison May 30, 2011 Category: Book Reviews

    In 2009, Focus on the Family produced the TrueU: Does God Exist DVD set with Dr. Stephen C. Meyer of the Discovery Institute. In this first series of ten lectures, Dr. Meyer examined the abundant evidence in nature for the existence of God. In this second series of lectures, Dr. Meyer examines the claims of the Bible to be the revelation of the God, whose existence is clearly revealed in nature. Keep Reading
  • The Secret of Contentment

    from Carl Robbins May 25, 2011 Category: Book Reviews

    The Secret of Contentment After 24 years in pastoral ministry I’ve realized there are some constant issues with God’s people. I’m going to have a certain percentage of people who seem to struggle with the  assurance of salvation over and over again (I’ve seen some people agonize for decades). Keep Reading

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