Category Archives: Book Reviews
Engaging Preston Sprinkle as he seeks to stand on truth and love.
A new exhortation on marriage and the family tries to steer a middle road.
The Heaven Promise builds on historic Christian teaching about heaven in a way that synthesizes competing visions of the afterlife.
The biggest issue confronting evangelicalism today is not over homosexuality and marriage, but whether or not these are “agree-to-disagree” issues.
A memoir that casts the struggle of being the outsider as the test of true Christian faithfulness.
The difference between “open” and “closed” exceptionalism, and why it matters.
5 books for enduring an election year and engaging the political process well.
I have selected the ten books that I most enjoyed in 2015. Put these on your wish list and maybe this Christmas you’ll enjoy them too.
Here’s how to go behind the gay marriage debate to see the fundamental, beautiful truths about marriage and why they matter.
Union University’s decision to withdraw from the CCCU is not what is creating division, but the moral heterodoxy of the schools that have abandoned the Church’s witness to marriage.