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What is the Gospel? – Greg Gilbert

What would we answer if someone asked, “What is the Gospel? What is this news that you Christians go on and on about? And what’s so good about it? This is the subject of Greg Gilbert’s new book “What is the Gospel?” by 9Marks which I am using in our bible study on Wednesdays at […]

Who is the Author Of Deuteronomy?

Recently I had a interesting discussion with some of my students in sunday school concerning the book of Deuteronomy. The discussion was concerning the question of who wrote Deuteronomy. The most obvious answer is Moses but then the question shifted to if Moses is the author then why does it mention his own death in Deuteronomy 33 and […]

Can I Live? – Nick Cannon

I’m going to vote that this is the most important piece of artistry Nick Cannon has ever made.  I find the message powerful to say the least and I find it head-bobbing too!. It is Nick’s incredible true story of his mom’s decision to walk away from the table at an abortion clinic facility minutes […]

A Rational Look At An Emotional Issue – R.C. Sproul

With the anniversary of Roe v. Wade (January 22, 1973) drawing near and Sanctity of Life Sunday being celebrated in various denominations I had the privilege of reading and reviewing Abortion: A Rational Look at An Emotional Issue by Dr. R.C. Sproul. This book has been re-released on its 20th anniversary updated to reflect developments […]

Was Cornelius Saved?

A time back I had two different Sunday school teachers approach me concerning a very intriguing question. A question that in turn I have posed to a number of fellow believers in the faith that have experience teaching biblical studies in a variety of different arena’s wither it be cell groups, Sunday school, preaching, discipleship […]

Is God Just a Human Invention?

Atheism has recently seen a resurgence in this generation, reestablishing its presence in the public square of thoughts and ideas. Its popularity has also been driven by its rise in its newest spokesmen like Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris and others.  Many of these authors have been dubbed “The New Atheists”. They aim there arguments against […]

Composing Music To The Glory of God

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) is widely regarded as the greatest composer of music for Christian worship. He was born in 1685 in Germany into a family of distinguished musicians. Nothing about Bach’s life was average as he was a servant in Leipzig, Germany overseeing the music in four churches. He was the father of 20 […]

Jesus Talks With Buddha

Ravi Zacharias is always enjoyable to read in all his books and that goes also for the volumes  in the Great Conversations Series. One of the volumes in the series I was able to review was The Lotus and the Cross: Jesus Talks with Buddha. In this small read we get the opportunity to eavesdrop […]

Fanning The Flame of Missions

The suffering of the saints has always fanned the flames of the spread of the Gospel. Chet Bitterman (1953-1981) was a Christian missionary whose life would fan the flame. Born in Pennsylvania then he attended Columbia Bible College in South Carolina, where he first heard of the Christian mission organization Wycliffe Bible Translators. After graduation, he received […]

Tithing: Test Me In This

Tithing: Test Me In This by Douglas Leblanc is a one volume in a series of books called The Ancient Practices Series by Thomas Nelson Publishers. Each of the volumes in the series covers a historic practice of the Christian Church. I own several of the books in the series and each speaks on the […]