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Aug 27, 2014 | Aaron Armstrong

A fine discussion starter on recovering a sense of locality. Just don’t let it be the only book you read on the subject. Read More

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The Myth of Persecution

Aug 25, 2014 | Michael A. G. Haykin

This book is typical of New Testament scholars who approach the canonical Scriptures with a hermeneutic of suspicion. Read More

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Growing Up

Aug 22, 2014 | Garrett Kell

This accessible and practical resource is written to help you be a more faithful disciple. Read More

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Edwards on the Christian Life

Aug 20, 2014 | Nathan A. Finn

An excellent introduction to Jonathan Edwards's spiritual thought from which students, pastors, and engaged laypeople will all benefit. Read More

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Aug 18, 2014 | Graham Shearer

Unless we know how our theology applies to the myriad of popular cultural expressions so ubiquitous in modern life, we cannot claim to really understand it. Read More

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The End of Apologetics

Aug 15, 2014 | Nate Claiborne

Put into a different framework—one neither modern nor postmodern, but rather covenantal—Penner’s wisdom would get the most mileage in actual apologetic encounters. Read More

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Aug 11, 2014 | David Young

A fantastic resource on the resurrection for those on the outskirts of Christianity looking in and wondering what it’s all about. Read More

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Is It My Fault?

Aug 08, 2014 | Aaron Armstrong

A compassionate and biblical look at the problem of domestic violence, beginning with five words victims need to hear: It is never your fault. Read More

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An Anxious Age

Aug 06, 2014 | Matt McCullough

The decline of mainline Protestantism is a powerful cautionary tale. If we redefine the gospel in the name of cultural relevance, we’ll end up irrelevant anyway. Read More

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The Delusion Trilogy

Aug 04, 2014 | Steve Matteucci

These two books will help you see through the brash arguments to the other side of the story—many of the facts the new atheists love to ignore. Read More