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The Essential Jonathan Edwards

This Review Submitted by mkresge17

The Essential Jonathan Edwards is a one-volume edition of a work that Owen Strachan and Doug Sweeney previous released in 2010 known as the Essential Edwards Collection. In their own words, “It is...

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Jan 23, 19

Marriage

This Review Submitted by Steven Ibbotson

This book may become the textbook at Christian colleges/universities and seminaries for the next decade. John Trent & Curt Hamner have joined with an excellent array of top scholars to present...

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Jan 22, 19

Redeeming How We Talk

This Review Submitted by TheArtsyCajun

This book grabbed me from the first glance of the title. Over the years, I'm slowly learning the weight of words, even your own internal dialogue. Words are impactful. They can lift...

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Jan 22, 19

Susie

This Review Submitted by LibraryLady

The opening lines of the forward by Albert Mohler ring so true. “Sometimes, the most revealing lessons of history come from silence. One of the strangest silences of church history is the lack of...

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Jan 22, 19

Marriage

This Review Submitted by Jimmy Reagan

When I first picked up this book that professes to address marriage in its foundation, theology, and mission in a changing world and scanned the table of contents I thought—what a hodgepodge. Then...

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Jan 22, 19

All That's Good

This Review Submitted by contemplativereflections

In "All That's Good," Hannah Anderson hopes to help Christians discover how the art of discernment is crucial in all of life. The author states that discernment is more than simply...

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Jan 22, 19

HE is Enough

This Review Submitted by TheArtsyCajun

Y'all, this book really hit home for me right now. There's always that little voice saying, "If this were this way, then I could do this..." and it's simply not true! But...

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Jan 22, 19

Chosen for Christ

This Review Submitted by krisbush

So one thing I've noticed about Holleman is that as an English professor who teaches college kids how to write. She writes in such a way that if you did not know she is a college professor,...

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Jan 21, 19

Scatter

This Review Submitted by GoKiddo

BOOK REVIEW: "God has repeatedly told us to fill the earth... The people of God have constantly gotten stuck, settled, and soft, and He has had to shake us out of this state. My prayer is...

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Jan 21, 19

If God Is For Us

This Review Submitted by jenn

The last couple of years I have become more discerning of Bible studies, so I haven’t bought any in a while. Instead, I read through the Bible on my own, either by book of the Bible or a topic in...

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Jan 20, 19

Priceless

This Review Submitted by calamity_manda

Most of us remember what it was like to go through the emotional roller coaster of the pre-teen and teen years. This is an excellent devotional geared towards young women to help them see that...

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Jan 18, 19

Susie

This Review Submitted by gardenof_eve

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this biography of Charles Spurgeon's wife. We hear much about the preacher but next to nothing about his wife. Before reading this book, I knew nothing about...

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Jan 18, 19

How to Grow

This Review Submitted by limbylim

The Christian life is a journey of spiritual growth, but it is not always constant. We all experience stagnancy, or even regression. In How to Grow, Darryl Dash shows us how and why it is...

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Jan 18, 19

Revelation (Everyday Bible Commentary Series)

This Review Submitted by JamesBPate

Charles Ryrie was a renowned conservative Christian scholar, theologian, and author. This book is a commentary on the Book of Revelation, written on a popular level yet influenced by scholarship...

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Jan 17, 19

If God Is For Us

This Review Submitted by DaughterOfIncrease

I enjoy a good Bible study like the next person. Especially ones that are set up in in a devotional style in which you take a week to dive deep into a book or topic. If God Is For Us focuses...

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Jan 17, 19

Woke Church

This Review Submitted by semperfi121

Woke Church: An Urgent Call for Christians in America to Confront Racism and Injustice by Dr. Eric Mason serves as a clarion call to the American Church about race relations. As Dr. Martin Luther...

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Jan 17, 19

Parents Rising

This Review Submitted by Aidyl Ewoh

Why I Choose This Book

I've read books by Arlene Pellicane before and really liked what she had to say, plus her writing style is easy to read. Miss Arlene talks a lot about children...

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Jan 16, 19

Money Problems, Marriage Solutions

This Review Submitted by Aidyl Ewoh

WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK

Although my life is busy right now, I know in all likelihood it will just get busier. Therefore, it seems like a rather logical idea to read marriage books now, even...

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Jan 16, 19

The 10 Commandments of Marriage

This Review Submitted by Aidyl Ewoh

WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOK

When I'm reading nonfiction "practical" is a big selling point for me - because if a book isn't something that can't be applied to everyday...

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Jan 16, 19

Susie

This Review Submitted by solideogloria

A well-written biography can instill lessons and inspires life. Reading biographies can therefore, be a worthwhile endeavor for any reader. Biographies not only reveal historical events, but they...

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Jan 16, 19