Category Archives: Book Review

Book Review: Everyone’s a Theologian

Everyone’s a Theologian An Introduction to Systematic Theology RC Sproul Reformation Trust; 335 pages I own a few different systematic theologies. Most of them are “bug killers.” Imagine the scariest bug possible is in your room. Reach for a book. If … Continue reading

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Book Review: PROOF

PROOF The Intoxicating Joy of God’s Grace Daniel Montgomery & Timothy Paul Jones Zondervan; 170 pages Disclaimer: As part of the Sojourn Network, I readily acknowledge that my observations will not be without bias. I love the Network, and appreciate … Continue reading

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Book Review: God Redeeming His Bride

God Redeeming His Bride A Handbook for Church Discipline Robert K Cheong Christian Focus; 309 pages (including appendices) To say that Cheong has written one of the greatest modern books regarding church discipline can be simultaneously overwhelming and underwhelming. The … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Biblical Counseling Movement after Adams

The Biblical Counseling Movement after Adams Heath Lambert Crossway; 170 pages In 1970, Jay Adams wrote Competent to Counsel. This book began what has come to be called the Biblical Counseling Movement. The name of the movement seems innocent enough, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Finally Free

Finally Free Fighting for Purity with the Power of Grace Heath Lambert Zondervan; 174 pages The best book you’re going to read on overcoming porn. Really, the review could be over. That’s all you need to know. But it wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Book Review(s): Saving Eutychus & Preaching

Saving Eutychus How to Preach God’s Word and Keep People Awake Gary Millar and Phil Campbell Mathias Media; 171 Though I have never heard of Millar and Campbell, I enjoyed multiple Mathias Media resources, and the title caught my mind. … Continue reading

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Overview of my “The Bondage Breaker” Review

I’ve written a number of book reviews (and am quite behind on some pending ones), but I’ve never spent the amount of time I have on this book review. My intention with such detail is not to overwhelm, but was … Continue reading

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TBB: Pastoral Reasons for my Review

So why bother tackling such a review? In light of all the really great books that are out there, why isn’t it sufficient to simply imply I disagree with the book by not endorsing it? Is it really necessary to … Continue reading

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TBB: Summary of my Concerns

Since my review is rather long, I was encouraged by others to give a bit of a recap from the onset. In essence, this post can serve as an outline. I’ve organized my concern with The Bondage Breaker into four … Continue reading

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TBB: Is it Biblical?

Anytime you write a review, there’s a possibility that someone will get offended. When you say something is not Biblical, it may offend the author and any readers who found the author’s work beneficial. While calling a cookbook unbiblical is … Continue reading

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