A Review of “The Holy Spirit” by Sinclair Ferguson

This book is the ideal combination of theological scholarship and readable study.

A Review of “The Holy Spirit” by Christopher Holmes

Despite being a fantastic volume in dogmatics, The Holy Spirit leaves many issues related to this doctrine unaddressed.

A Review of “He Who Gives Life” by Graham Cole

This work is a great introduction to the doctrine of the Holy Spirit because it focuses on saying nothing more nor less than Scripture says.

A Review of “Surprised by the Voice of God” by Jack Deere

As a popular level treatment of the controversial gifts of the Spirit this book will help readers see the actual nuances of Charismatic belief and practice.

A Review of “Restoring the Shattered Self” by Heather Davediuk Gingrich

Despite proposing to be a Christian counselor’s guide, this book is simply not strong enough on theology.

A Review of “The Race Set Before Us” by Thomas Schreiner and Ardel Caneday

Whether you draw the same conclusions as the authors or not you will be challenged by their exegesis and spurred on to more diligent study.

A Review of “How Can I Be Sure?” by John Stevens

For the doubter and the pastor, this is an accessible guide to wrestling with lack of assurance that goes deeper than intellectual challenges.

A Review of “Can I Lose My Salvation?” by R.C. Sproul

This book serves as a quick-reference guide to navigating the important truths needed to do battle with doubt.

A Review of “Paul, the Spirit, and the People of God” by Gordon Fee

Here is a book that emphasizes both the theology of the Spirit and the experience of the Spirit in a helpful and challenging way.

A Review of “How Can I Be Sure I’m A Christian?” by Donald Whitney

This volume avoids the dichotomy of truth and life by giving readers an applied theology of assurance.