I was recently provided a copy of The Cradle, The Cross, and the Crown: An Introduction to the New Testament (2nd Edition) by B&H Academic for review, and I am excited to write about it.
This is an important book on the church. You should read it. It is important for two reasons: 1) It’s short 2) It’s solid ## Why short is important: Many of my non-reader friends scoff at the length of books (typical Christian living books are around 250 pages. An artifact of the economics of the […]
The following is a quick review I’m writing for Waterbrook Multnomah on Living in Love by James and Betty Robison. I was provided a review copy to read and comment on. So, here’s my honest take. There are 17,549 search results for paperback books on “Christian Marriage” on Amazon.com. Add to that 4,714 hardback books […]
Last weekend, I enjoyed a quick read of Smooth Stones: Brining Down the Giant Questions of Apologetics, by Joe Coffey, Â Cruciform Press’s featured book for June. Smooth Stones tackles six of the biggest questions usually held by skeptics of the faith, and that young believers often struggle with: Is There a God? Does Science Disprove […]