Non-Fiction Christian Book Reviews

A Parable Comes to Life in The Prodigal

Michael English’s story truly is a modern-day rendition of parable of the prodigal son. He has walked a long journey but is finally home, and The Prodigal Comes Home invites you to learn and rejoice with him.

Bono Seeks to Effect Change with On the Move

On the Move is a transcription of Bono’s speech at the National Prayer Breakfast last year. The U2 lead singer raises an issue that many of us probably don’t think a whole lot about: how the laws of man and “higher” laws rarely are in line with each other.

Staub's "Culturally Savvy Christian" a Standout Effort

In "The Culturally Savvy Christian," Dick Staub defines the culturally savvy Christian as one who is "serious about faith, savvy about faith and culture, and skilled in relating the two." By structuring his book around this definition, Staub manages to make his book stand out from similar attempts.

"Divine Nobodies" Details Author's Spiritual Journey

In the world of Christianity, Jim Palmer had it all - pastor of his own church, high profile, big title - until circumstances caused it to all slip through his hands sand. Through a process of pain, loss, and revelation, a book called "Divine Nobodies" was born.

Believer's Baptism Draws Profs' Wide-Ranging Defense

“Believer’s Baptism” is edited by Thomas R. Schreiner and Shawn D. Wright, both professors at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. The book is the second volume in Broadman & Holman’s NAC Studies in Bible & Theology and includes essays from theologians with various Southern Baptist ties.

"Darkly" Explores How Christians Can Interpret Film

In "Through a Screen Darkly," film critic Jeffrey Overstreet brings us his insights into how a Christian can interact with the world without either succumbing to the worldliness that kills faith or withdrawing from the world and pretending it doesn't exist.

Finding God in the Story of Amazing Grace

"Finding God in the Story of Amazing Grace" explores the true story of how God's amazing grace ended the British slave trade. Through the lives of William Wilberforce and John Newton, God used even the smallest of events and weakest of individuals to implement His grander plan in this world.

  • Kurt Bruner & Jim Ware |
  • February 20, 2007 |
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Relationship Experts' Book Explores "Singlehood Phenomenon"

The husband and wife authors of a new book on single life and attitudes believe a negative stigma about marriage is partly to blame for the way that institution is under attack in contemporary U.S. society.

Christian Doctor Says Believers Need to 'Live by Design'

In his new book, "Living by Design: Discovering the Spirit, Soul, and Body Connection," Dr. Ray Strand, M.D. explains the relationship not only between mind, body and soul but also between well-being and the Word.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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