Expository Exaltation is a book about preaching; frankly, it is a great book about preaching. At the same time, it is also a book about worship.
Ron Chernow's book, Grant, is a remarkable biography of a rather remarkable man. After reading this book, I am convinced that the most astounding of all Ulysses S. Grant's numerous accomplishments is the one that is most often overlooked.
Ultimately, I cannot recommend this book (or this series) highly enough. You should buy them. You should read them. You should discuss them. You should apply them. Enjoy!
The result is a little book full of profound and practical insights for those who suffer and for those who help other people through their suffering.
Dispatches from the Front is simply a good book.
I recently had the privilege of reading yet another recent release from Crossway Books. Kingdom Through Covenant: A Biblical-Theological Understanding of the Covenants by Peter Gentry and Steven Wellum is an outstanding book that I whole-heartedly recommend. However, my recommendation comes with a warning: Don't read this book if you are content to espouse the views … Continue reading Kingdom Through Covenant – Briefly Reviewed
David Wells is brilliant and his new book, God in the Whirlwind - How the Holy-love of God Reorients our World, is brilliant. My only complaint is that it might just be too brilliant. In God in the Whirlwind, Wells calls upon a lifetime of scholarly pursuits to create a work that is both wide and deep. God … Continue reading God in the Whirlwind