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Seeing the Real World – What Is Biblical Theology by Dr. James Hamilton, a Review and Recommendation
James M. Hamilton, Jr., What Is Biblical Theology? A Guide to the Bible’s Story, Symbolism, and Patterns (Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2013), 128pp. Paperback & Kindle editions available. This book helped me understand the Bible better, and this book makes me want to read the Bible … Continue reading
New post publishing schedule: “Updates, Links, and Deals” posting on Thursdays; weekly articles publishing on Mondays (beginning June 9; this week’s article will publish on Sunday). One another’s I can’t find in the New Testament How do we respond to … Continue reading
Kevin DeYoung, Taking God at His Word: Why the Bible Is Knowable, Necessary, and Enough, and What That Means for You and Me (Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2014) 144 pp. Kindle version Hardcover Taking God at His Word: Why the Bible Is … Continue reading
A good overview of how to study the Bible from the Navigators How does a pastor address unnecessary speech fillers in his sermon? Um, this should, you know, uh, be helpful. Jesus believed every event of the Old Testament – … Continue reading
Peter Krol, Knowable Word (Cruciform Press, 2014) available for Kindle and in paperback, 120 pp. Reviewed by Doug Smith When I was a child, I had an unusual fixation with instruction manuals. I actually enjoyed reading about how to use a toy, game, or electronic … Continue reading
Four ways to minister to older saints – in the process, they actually end up ministering to us. Common problems in modern preaching – It’s easy to have our pendulums swing to one extreme or the other. Stephen highlights a helpful … Continue reading
Jason Lisle, Why Genesis Matters: Christian Doctrine and the Creation Account (Dallas, TX: The Institute for Creation Research, 2012), 54pp.; also available for Amazon Kindle Reviewed by Doug Smith Astrophysicist Jason Lisle (Ph.D, University of Colorado; Director of Research at the Institute … Continue reading