- A Review of The Shack (Download it Here) -- "Despite the book’s popularity among Christians, believers are divided on whether this book is biblically sound."
- After the Ball–Why the Homosexual Movement Has Won -- "A partial explanation of the homosexual movement’s success can be traced to the 1989 publication of After the Ball: How America Will Conquer Its Fear and Hatred of Gays in the 90s."
- Book Review: Growing God’s Church, by Gary McIntosh -- "The book is written out of a concerning observation: Churches have become more “missional” in their thinking and language, while somehow simultaneously becoming less evangelistic."
- Book Review: On Pastoring, by H. B. Charles -- "On Pastoring is a personal conversation with a pastor written in three parts."
- Book Review: The Purpose Driven Church, by Rick Warren -- "...his evident productivity in evangelism is nearly unrivaled, which makes his methods seem sacrosanct, and critically evaluating them taboo."
- Fierce Women -- "Fierce Women is the kind of book a feminist will hate because it affirms God-ordained differences between men and women and because it pushes women to live for the good of others, to esteem others higher than themselves."
- Good and Angry, Review -- "Jesus gets good and angry—in the service of mercy and peace."
- Men Who Love Fierce Women Review -- "This is a book that deserves a better title in order to capture that spirit and the important biblical themes it highlights."
- The Gospel for Muslims, Review -- "...Thabiti shares the importance of moving beyond our comfort zone and understand what it means to suffer for the gospel."
- The Shack — The Missing Art of Evangelical Discernment -- "All this reveals a disastrous failure of evangelical discernment."
Friday, March 24, 2017
After the Ball, and other reviews
The posting of reviews does not constitute endorsement of the books or book reviews that are linked.