Despite former President Jimmy Carter’s left-of-center perspective, he issues a call that conservative evangelicals can particularly appreciate.
This is a timely book in light of today's controversies over religious liberty.
This substantial critique makes one wonder if Bart Ehrman’s claim to evenhandedness—not just his actual contentions—should be taken with a grain of salt.
If we highly valued everyone God created, could judgmentalism survive?
If I had one book to put in the hands of students, pastors, or interested disciples looking to be encouraged in their faith, this may be it.
I wish someone had given me this book on gospel-shaped productivity 40 years ago.
An edible book for someone who’s tasted and seen the Lord is good and needs a nutritious orientation to Christian faith and practice.
This book is a methodological game-changer on the philosophical playground.
This book should be hands of pastors, laypeople, counselors, and especially those struggling under the burdens of perfectionism.
Bart Ehrman’s latest speaks more to his own continuing quest of faith (or lack thereof) than it reveals about the historical Jesus or early Christianity.
This is an exhaustive and valuable resource for anyone wanting to dig deeply into the swirl of debate regarding the end times.
Boyd exerts so much energy knocking down the idol of certainty that he doesn’t have much juice left to instill confidence.
The debate about the earth's origins is contentious, but Stafford reminds us it's a debate between precious image bearers of God.
The ground is fertile and the time is now for Christians to devote themselves to philosophical teaching. Let this book guide you, and you will not be disappointed.
Contradictions in this bestselling series confuse what otherwise could have been an edifying, even Christian, message.
Religious and irreligious alike are again growing blind to the rights of their neighbors. This book will help reopen eyes.
I will be recommending this fine book on canon formation for years to come.
Wells issues a potent call to embrace God's holy-love in its full array amid our whirlwind lives.
Seminary is dangerous. But when done right, it can reignite love for God and zeal for his glory.
One of the greatest historians of American religion of the past generation has delivered another engaging and important work.