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100th Book Review

On July 27th Mike published his 100th book review on this website. Mike has read 100 theology books, written reviews for each one, and published them all here on this blog. Mike’s book reviews have been reposted in a dozen other locations, including other websites and in several hardcopy resources. You can browse all 100 […]

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Book Review: Galatians For You

Tim Keller is a New York Times best selling author, speaker, and the founding pastor of the 5,000-person Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. This book is not a theological commentary. It is a useful tool for individuals, pastors, teachers, Sunday school teachers or groups. The author uses laymen speak to enable the average […]

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Book Review: Transformational Discipleship

The three authors are all part of LifeWay. Eric Geiger is the vice president of Church Resources, Michael Kelley is the director of Discipleship and Philip Nation is director of Ministry Development. All three men have written previous popular Christian books. At the heart of this book is the transformational power of the gospel. As […]

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Book Review: Gods At War

Kyle Idleman is the Pastor at Southeast Christian Church located in Louisville, KY, the 5th largest church in America. He previously wrote the popular book, Not A Fan. This book explores idolatry in our lives. He refers to our idols as gods that compete for status against the one true God. Anything can become an idol […]

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Book Review: Follow Me

David Platt is the head pastor of The Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, AL, and he became known as the youngest mega church pastor in America. His first book Radical reached #5 on the New York Times Bestseller list. Follow Me, his second book, was published in February of 2013. Many people have been […]

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Book Review: Finish the Mission

Finish The Mission is a collaborative book written by some of the top modern theologians. The book focuses on God’s call for his followers to be engaged in missions. The book has contributions from John Piper, David Platt, Michael Oh and other heavy hitters. The six primary authors each wrote a separate chapter focusing on […]

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Book Review: Surprised by Suffering

R. C. Sproul is a theologian, author, and pastor. He is the founder and chairman of Ligonier Ministries and executive editor of Tabletalk magazine. Sproul has written over 60 books. Originally published in 1988, this version was released in 2009. The topic of suffering is frequently misunderstood and poorly explained in modern Christian instruction. Suffering […]

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