Passing Through: Pilgrim Life in the Wilderness (a review)

Passing Through: Pilgrim Life in the Wilderness by Jeremy Walker is a book written in the tradition of puritan thought and experimental theology.  It contains 12 chapters with each chapter being approximately 20-25 pages each.  The books is very well rounded, covering a host of subjects related to Christian living from a deeply rooted and sound theology. The first two chapters are introductory...
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Ulrich Zwingli

Ulrich Zwingli by William Boekestein in the Bitesize Biographies series by EP Books is an accessible book on a very neglected figure in reformation history.  Zwingli may very well be the founder of expository preaching; and this alone should cause us to consider his role in history. Curiously, Zwingli was the Swiss reformer, while Luther was in Germany.  They did not agree on everything,...
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The Large Cost of the Smallest Sins

There is no small sin, because there is no small God.  God is infinite, eternal, and unchanging.  Sin is a direct rebellion against this God deserving infinite, eternal, and unchanging punishment.  Sin is only judged rightly when it is judged by God and from God’s perspective. Yet, we creatures are so prone not to only wander, but to be washed away by the false notion of little sins do not...
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Living Without Worry: How To Replace Anxiety With Peace

Living Without Worry:  How To Replace Anxiety With Peace is a book by Timothy Lane.  It is brief, containing only 141 pages in 11 Chapters, so nothing to worry about there.  It is published by the Good Book Company and is scheduled to come out May 2015. I’ve read the book through and from beginning the end, it is a quality work.  I believe God is glorified in this book and is among those...
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An Awakening Strong Enough to Break Winter’s Grip On the Evangelical Church ! !

God uses means to perform His work of revival.  There has certainly been a renewal of theology in America especially among we who call ourselves reformed and baptist together, and among Evangelicals across the board; But, can we say we have really been awakened until obedience springs forth from the pulpit & pews in such vastness that matches all of the headlines we have posted on every...
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Spurgeon’s Sorrows

Spurgeon’s Sorrows, a book by Zack Eswine, by Christian Focus–a review Anything Spurgeon will do.  A single sermon by Spurgeon is helpful and edifying to the church, but rarely do we see someone compiling both a compendium of sermons and thoughts by Spurgeon to gather such helpful teaching on a topic such as depression.  Such a task was performed by Eswine which opened by eyes to how...
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