A Review of “Recovering From Biblical Manhood & Womanhood” by Aimee Byrd

This book is way less controversial than people made it out to be, but far more challenging and helpful than some admit.

A Review of “Marriage Conflict” by Steve Hoppe

Hoppe interacts well with Scripture, gives specific applications, and focuses his counsel directly on conflict.

A Review of “The Color of Compromise” by Jemar Tisby

As uncomfortable as the story is, it is our story, and we can grow from reading it.

A Review of “God of All Comfort” by Scott Harrower

This book offers some fresh insights into the usefulness of Christian doctrine for trauma recovery.

A Review of “Gentle and Lowly” by Dane Ortlund

Dane Ortlund reminds us to emphasize what the Bible emphasizes regarding the heart of Christ.

A Review of “On the Road with Saint Augustine” by James K.A. Smith

James K.A. Smith teaches us that we can learn from Augustine because we are just like him.

A Review of “Kierkegaard: A Christian Missionary to Christians” by Mark Tietjen

If author Mark Tietjen is right in his analysis than Soren Kierkegaard has plenty to say to American Christians today.

A Review of “Am I Just My Brain?” by Sharon Dirckx

We don’t have to fear neuroscience, nor do we have to bend to everything that claims to be supported by neuroscience.

A Review of “The Whole Armor of God” by Iain Duguid

What Duguid offers in The Whole Armor of God is a fresh and Christ-centered approach to understanding the armor of God.

A Review of “Hearers and Doers” by Kevin Vanhoozer

The most un-Vanhoozer book that Kevin Vanhoozer has ever written.