- A review by James R. Duvall, of James Robinson Graves: Staking the Boundaries of Baptist Identity -- "This is more than a biography; it is a comparison of the author's theological views with those of his subject; this reviewer does not agree with many of its conclusions. It is believed the book will be more interesting to those in academia."
- Black Gun, Silver Star: The Life and Legend of Frontier Marshal Bass Reeves -- "The book is primarily a compilation of written and oral texts about Reeves's ambidextrous skill with pistols and rifles, and his mastery of disguise, which allowed him to arrest as many as 10 prisoners and hold them in an open wagon as he went about his business."
- Book Review: James Robinson Graves—Staking the Boundaries of Baptist Identity, by James A. Patterson -- "In short, Patterson’s biography is both erudite and accessible, critical and pastoral."
- Book Review: Defining Deception, by Costi Hinn & Anthony Wood -- "For those who know little or nothing about this vast [mystical-miracle] movement, the book is valuable in outlining its theological heritage and giving an introduction to the movement as a whole."
- Book Review: Mabel Clement by J. M. Sallee -- "A fictional novel that teaches Baptist distinctives?"
- Book Review: “Real Churches or a Fog” by S. E. Anderson -- "Dr. S. E. Anderson authored 13 books, most of which deal with ecclesiology. All of them are worth reading."
- James Robinson Graves: Staking the Boundaries of Baptist, Reviewed by Anthony L. Chute -- "Due to the absence of personal papers or private diaries left behind by Graves, Patterson’s work is admittedly more thematic than biographical in nature."
- Navigating Public Schools by Stephen & Sarah Williams - Book Review -- "Navigating Public Schools was not written to debate whether kids should be in public schools or not because the fact is, the majority of Christian kids are in public schools."
- New Feet Washing Book Published -- "The book gives arguments both for and against the practice of washing feet as a gospel ordinance and it explains in some detail why those of us who do not wash feet do not do so."
Friday, October 26, 2018
A review by James R. Duvall, and other reviews
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