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
Denny Burk has done us all a favor in What is the Meaning of Sex?, his latest work to be released by Crossway Books. This book is clearly written, painstakingly researched, and deeply compelling. It is exhaustive enough to be immensely helpful, but concise enough to stand the test of time. I can honestly say that … Continue reading What is the Meaning of Sex?
I have read and reviewed a goodly number of titles for Crossway Books over the last few years. I have learned from most of them. I have enjoyed many of them. Rarely, however, have I read any book that managed to instruct my mind and captivate my imagination the way What is Biblical Theology? by Dr. … Continue reading What is Biblical Theology?
Kevin DeYoung's latest book (just released by Crossway Books) is titled, Crazy Busy - A (Mercifully Short Book about a (Really) Big Problem, and it's amazing. In fact, it's so amazing that you should stop reading this review and buy the book right now; here are some links to help you out: Amazon, Barnes and Noble, … Continue reading Crazy Busy is Crazy Good
Wayne Grudem and Barry Asmus have teamed up to give the world an incredibly readable and realistically sustainable solution to global poverty. Their book, The Poverty of Nations - A Sustainable Solution, was released by Crossway Books during the summer of 2013. Like all of Grudem's work, The Poverty of Nations is well-organized, meticulously researched, insightful, and clear. … Continue reading The Poverty of Nations – Reviewed
I have spent longer than usual reading my latest book. Bonhoeffer on the Christian Life: From the Cross, For the World, by Stephen J. Nichols has been on my desk, in my backpack, beside my bed, and in my suitcase for more than sixty days. This is somewhat surprising because the book is a slim … Continue reading From the Cross … For the World