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A Secular Age: An Invaluable Book Christians Should Read

"Many of us ... agree that ours is a secular age. But why? How did that reality come about? And what does that mean for us as Christians desiring to live faithfully and fruitfully for God’s glory and in the service of our communities as we obey and live out the Great Commission?" - J. Ellis

477 reads

New Calvinists and the Battle for Evangelicalism

Gospelbound podcast (Collin Hansen): "I typically interview authors whose ideas intrigue and encourage me. And today is no different with my guest Brad Vermurlen, author of the new book Reformed Resurgence: The New Calvinist Movement and the Battle Over American Evangelicalism"

1517 reads

The Alpha-Male Style in American Evangelicalism

"In her recent book, Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation, Calvin University historian Kristin Kobes Du Mez situates Gothard and Piper in a long line of white, alpha-male leaders whose devotion to a militant Christian patriarchy and nationalism inevitably led to..." - Christianity Today

1399 reads

A Field Guide on False Teaching

"Its format is simple, but effective. Part one deals with popular pseudo-Christian false teachings: the prosperity gospel, deism, and the twin threats of legalism and antinomianism...Part two turns to cults—to some of the counterfeit religions that integrate elements of the Christian faith with the aberrant teachings of the cult’s founder or leaders." - Challies

617 reads

Amusing Ourselves to Death: Revisiting the Prophetic Work of Neil Postman

"Thirty-five years ago, New York University professor of communications Neil Postman predicted the political and social implosion we have witnessed in 2020. We must learn to dominate digital media technology, lest it dominate us. Otherwise, we may very well amuse ourselves, and our polis, to death." - Public Discourse

912 reads

Celebrating the Legacy of Herman Bavinck: An Interview with James Eglinton

"The works of Bavinck are enjoying a new day in the sun, and now comes a highly anticipated volume that ushers the multifaceted man himself into the light: James Eglinton’s Bavinck: A Critical Biography. Eglinton, senior lecturer at the University of Edinburgh, is well-equipped to write such a book, and we corresponded about this new biography." - TGC

471 reads

Harry Truman once said, “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.”

"A leader who is a reader places a priority on learning. Learning takes time. For many in leadership, the crowded calendar has already squeezed out every available moment. So, a leader who is a reader is one who has made learning a priority and marked off time to read." - F&T

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