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Hugh Halter and Matt Smay, the authors of Tangible Kingdom, have poured their heart into ministry for many years. ¬†They have experienced the highs and the lows that come from real ministry. Some authors started a church straight out of seminary and became a huge success story and wrote books for everyone to learn how […]

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I like hard books. Keller’s book is hard, not because of how it challenges my mind but by how it challenges my life. The book is broken into two parts, exegesis and practice. Both are necessary and it is helpful to have it in one volume. Like so many conservative Christians I had political positions […]

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Atheism Remix – Book Review

Albert Mohler is a voracious reader. I believe that he reads almost a book a day. This book evidences a well read review of the New Atheism. It is broken into two major sections: 1) A Presentation of the New Atheism and its main proponents and 2) a response to that challenge.<br/>Mohler does a fantastic […]

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Roaring Lambs – Book Review

It seems that there is no end to the books that aim to tell us how the church should look. On the one hand it can be very disorienting to get so many different viewpoints. There are two things to practice in sorting out all the information we receive. First, read each book with your […]

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The Second Coming, by John MacArthur, is a good dispensational book on end times. I am an amillennialist myself, but the Second Coming is worth the read no matter your perspective. There are two abuses that seem to attend books on end times. Either they are vitriolic and harsh toward dissenters, or they are wildly […]

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Book Review: Mormon Missionaries

This book, written by Janis Hutchinson, is an engaging book about Mormonism. Janis writes about her own experience saying, “This comes from my thirty-four years of devoted activity in the Mormon church during which time I filled two stake missions, married a returned missionary, and sent a daughter on a full-time mission.” This experience would […]

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