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What is the Gospel? – Greg Gilbert

Pastor and author Greg Gilbert asks a pertinent question in his newly titled book “What Is The Gospel?“. This book is part of the 9marks series which is a series of books go in depth on what the ministries proclaimed 9marks of a healthy church are. One would think that would be the simplest question […]

What God Has Prepared For Those Who Love Him

This morning while reading the beginning of Chapter 6 in the book “What is the Gospel?” by Greg Gilbert I was reminded of the great cost and immense reward for being a Christian. The overarching question of the book is what is the gospel and why is it good news? Gilbert tells how in the […]

Tyndale Book Club Hub Giveaway!

In honor of Tyndale launching its new book club enewsletter they are running a 30 day giveaway on their website. The Book Club Hub Newsletter will be an email newsletter geared towards people who are in or are running book clubs. It will feature suggestions, discussion guides and great ideas for your book clubs. You […]

If God, Why Evil? – Norman Geisler

Dr. Norman L. Geisler’s new book If God, Why Evil?, asks the age old question that people have wrestled with for centuries. Geisler tackles the most challenging objections and questions related to suffering and the problem of evil. He offers up clear, concise,comprehensive, rational and biblical responses to the question of how to reconcile the […]

Why The Gospel Is Necessary

Reading today some of the written works of the Princeton theologian B.B. Warfield (1851-1921) on sotierology and why the gospel of Christ is so necessary for Christians. He writes following. “There is nothing in us or done by us, at any stage of our earthly development, because of which we are acceptable to God. We […]

The Sacred Journey

The Sacred Journey by Charles Foster, which is the seventh installment of Thomas Nelson’s The Ancient Practices Series, is the most recent book I have had the opportunity to review. In the series ancient practices are studied in depth by various authors such as fasting, tithing, and communion. This particular book focuses on pilgrimage as […]

Behold He Makes All Things New

The book of Revelation has been given an appropriate place as the last book in the canon of Scripture because it ties the themes of the Bible together. There is an especially striking contrast between the first and last three chapters of the Bible as displayed below. In the first and last three chapters of the […]

Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eurachist

In Brant Pitre’s new book, “Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist” is a new work of good biblical scholarship and theology concerning unlocking some of the secrets of the Lord’s Supper according to Pitre. Dr. Brant Pitre is professor of sacred scripture at Notre Dame Seminary and well known catholic author, speaker and […]

For The Unreached People Groups

Lost from AsiaLink HistoryMaker on Vimeo. John Piper (Let the Nations Be Glad!) has written provocatively, Missions is not the ultimate goal of the church. Worship is. Mission exists because worship doesn’t. Worship is ultimate, not missions, because God is ultimate, not man. When this age is over, and the countless millions of the redeemed […]

When I Survey The Wondorous Cross

Poem by Isaac Watts  When I survey the wondrous cross On which the Prince of Glory dies, My richest gain I count but loss, And pour contempt on all my pride.   Forbid it, Lord, that I should boast, Save in the death of Christ, my God! All the vain things that charm me most, I […]