Has family decline resulted from—or caused—religious decline?
This book will challenge many children of the church to own their faith, to tend honestly to their doubts, and to stand for the ancient gospel of truth.
Resources that point struggling women to Jesus, pulling no punches yet speaking with great compassion, are greatly needed in our sex-saturated culture.
With the force of theological insight wrapped in the warmth of pastoral care, Rogers provides a much-needed survey of the vast landscape of death and eternity.
Bieber-approved 'Jesus Is' captures much of Christ’s character but falls short of yielding a reliable, rounded portrait of who he is.
A wonderful companion to McGrath’s biography of C. S. Lewis, this is a completely satisfying and engaging book all by itself.
Furman helps us see glimpses of gospel grace and feel the profound significance of the daily routines of homemaking.
This novel serves fiction’s prophetic purpose: to tell a gripping story, and with it, to reveal the distance between “what is” and “what ought to be.”
Though we can learn much from Sandberg, what stands out in her values is a dramatic lack of transcendence.
This book will not just provide fresh insights into the psalms; it will make you love them, long for them, even worship through them.
Turns out what social activist progressives can find to like about Christianity is when Christians act like social activist progressives.
This work untangles the knotty subject of Christianity and the arts.
As cultural pressure increases to accommodate the spirit of the age rather than hold fast to Scripture, we must decide where we stand. This volume has made its choice. Let us make ours.
Read this book for your own well-being, work through it as a leadership team, and discuss it in your community groups.
This learned, humane, and vibrant book deserves a place among your favorite church history texts.
Both Princetons—Old and New—propounded a dogmatism. What’s ironic is that the new dogmatism borrows from—all the while rendering equivocal—the language of the old.
Despite a couple of concerns, Idleman forces us to interact with many facets of our idolatry—a reality we all need to face.
Humble orthodoxy begins with you, not others.
A valuable resource offering believers vision and concrete guidance for getting involved in the fight against violence and oppression on any scale.
This is a center-of-the-gospel book for the gospel-centered.