According to Stephen Miller, he’s merely a “translator.” And in his latest book, The Jesus of the Bible, he once again takes the Bible from another popular language (“Christianese”) and translates it into everyday English. The kind that non-Christians speak.
- May 20, 2009 |
The “emotional” companion to John Piper’s This Momentary Marriage, Velvet Steel shares a taste of John’s tender affections for his wife, Noël, in a series of poems that will fuel readers' affections for their spouses and for God.
- May 19, 2009 |
Though he was one of western civilization’s most influential men, John Calvin considered himself a pilgrim and pastor first. This book introduces his essential life and thought to modern readers upon the five-hundredth anniversary of his birth.
- May 14, 2009 |
Nonna Bannister's English isn’t perfect and her prose is straightforward. However, it's surprisingly well-written for the young girl that she was at that time she wrote these gripping stories—ones that you cannot help but turn page after page.
- May 12, 2009 |
The abortion controversy is not a debate between those who are pro-choice and those who are anti-choice. It’s about one question that trumps all others.
- May 09, 2009 |
Sometimes we can learn as much about a topic through the arts—movies or theater or a good novel—as we can by reading a study or a newspaper. Mary DeMuth's New novel is a good example.
Although the plot is tightly constructed and moves rapidly, with a “Da Vinci Code” style, Craig Parshall’s characters in The Rose Conspiracy are thinly-drawn stereotypes, and readers will strive to identify with them.
What lay behind the formation of the doctrine of Scripture in the modern age? Is the Bible truly authoritative and sufficient? Read this helpful overview.
- May 01, 2009 |
An international best-selling and Edgar Award-winning author who’s been writing novels for adults for years, Andrew Klavan is now switching gears and writing young adult fiction. His debut YA thriller, The Last Thing I Remember, is just released.
- April 29, 2009 |
Using a bookends motif, Bridges and Bevington show how justification and sanctification can help you overcome guilt and self-righteousness, develop the motivation to grow, be assured of God's love, and bring about lasting change in your life.
- April 21, 2009 |
I once thought pop culture could be useful in triggering conversations about ideas that matter. Now I'm skeptical that there's much of a bridge between superficial dialogue and serious fruitful discussion.
- April 20, 2009 |
Burdened. The word alone makes shoulders sink. Yet God commands us to let go and live free. Sound impossible? Sheila Walsh thought so - until God proved himself again and again through his Word, his people, and her life.
- April 18, 2009 |
Calvin Miller had me at "hello." From the moment the interview began to the end, I thoroughly enjoyed hearing from the heart of this truly Renaissance man who explores how one people group talked with God in The Path to Celtic Prayer and artfully retells the story of Christ in The Singer.
- April 16, 2009 |