Ryken’s book takes heavy subjects and frames them with one of our favorite stories.
In the case of Augustine, the book explores the two cultures that give a framework to his life.
The book provides a great overview of the story of Scripture from creation to redemption and would be extremely helpful for a pastor who wants their people better understand the big-picture story of Scripture.
The principles here are well worn and should be a part of each pastor’s vocabulary.
There is much more to this Bible than simply a Bible reading plan and a few discipleship notes along the way.
Another benefit—and what this book has done for me—is it rejuvenates the soul, reminding me of the mission of the church: love God and love people.
The Bible Unfiltered: Approaching Scripture on Its Own Terms Author Michael S. Heiser Publisher Info Lexham Press, 2017. 258pp. Category Hermeneutics Summary In The Bible Unfiltered, Michael Heiser makes an […]
There are few books that I would recommend to non-Christians, new and young Christians, and mature Christians with equal enthusiasm. The Story of Reality is one.
Pastor if you are looking for something new, different, and refreshing in a study Bible, this is for you.
Jones shows that going back to the “lost art” of the Book of Acts is the way to approach evangelism.