Books

Evangelical Thinking on the Trinity Is Often Wrong

"Simply Trinity: The Unmanipulated Father, Son, and Spirit. The book... does two things. First, it shows how a good portion of evangelical theology on the Trinity has drifted from the classical Christian tradition. Second, it recruits a veritable 'dream team' of teachers from across that tradition to lead readers back to the safe harbor of biblical orthodoxy." - C.Today

554 reads

The Truth Is Always Good: A Tale of Two Books

"Last spring, major publishers released two books... Both authors covered similar ground, but from different convictions. The topic, broadly speaking, was anthropology: who we are as humans—and why understanding our humanity matters. One author took a biblical view and the other, by and large, did not. Both books still seem to be selling well." - TGC

407 reads

Conversation with Tim Keller on his new book – Hope in Times of Fear: The Resurrection and the Meaning of Easter

"If I was working on . . . some theological topic like the Sabbath—I’m sure my cancer would have been a distraction. But this book was on death and resurrection. So every time I wrote it was like having a wrestling-with-God prayer session. It was hard and great—but I always felt God dealing with me and helping me as I wrote." - Tim Keller

480 reads

“...many Christians have not only found a harmony of faith and science but also followed a calling that lives in that tension.”

"In her most recent book, Why Science and Faith Need Each Other: Eight Shared Values That Move Us Beyond Fear, Ecklund proposes that Christians and scientists can find common ground around eight virtues that play a vital role in both faith and the practice of science: curiosity, doubt, humility, creativity, healing, awe, shalom, and gratitude." - C. Today

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A Q&A with delisted author Ryan T. Anderson about Big Tech censorship

"If you want to buy Adolph Hitler’s manifesto Mein Kampf on Amazon, all it takes is a couple of clicks....But neither the online retail giant nor any of its subsidiaries will sell you Ryan T. Anderson’s 2018 bestseller, When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment." - WORLD 

373 reads

In Our Discipling Relationships, Best-Sellers Are Great . . . But the Bible Is Best

"...pastors and theologians have used the catchy acronym S.C.A.N to summarize four important attributes of the Bible: its sufficiency, clarity, authority, and necessity. In this article, I want to explain what those attributes mean and how they should shape how we disciple others." - 9 Marks

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