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The Heroic Path

Oct 24, 2014 | Joseph Rhea

A warm and distinctive approach to masculinity that can get men moving in the right direction. Read More

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The Soul of the World

Oct 22, 2014 | Bryan Baise

Scruton seeks to defend the sacred from the threat of scientific reductionism that says pure biological phenomena are all of reality. Read More

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Systematic Theology (Volume 2)

Oct 20, 2014 | Robert Letham

This is theology flowing from the gospel and redolent of Christ. Nothing can beat that. Read More

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The Bible Tells Me So

Oct 17, 2014 | Michael J. Kruger

'Enns wants to do for the Bible what Rob Bell did for hell in "Love Wins."' This is a surprisingly accurate comparison. Read More

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Ordinary

Oct 15, 2014 | Owen Strachan

In a time where churches seem to pursue a perpetual cycle of jaw-dropping experiences and spiritual novelty, Horton argues for a not-so-extraordinary commitment to daily faithfulness. Read More

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Encountering God Together

Oct 13, 2014 | Matt Damico

If you help plan or lead a church service, or would like to think more carefully about what that means, this book will prove helpful. Read More

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Adam, the Fall, and Original Sin

Oct 10, 2014 | Andrew Wilson

Evangelical scholars spanning several disciplines have put their heads together and delivered a robust restatement of the historicity of Adam, the reality of the fall, and the fact of original sin. Read More

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Right Color, Wrong Culture

Oct 08, 2014 | J. D. Greear and Chris Pappalardo

Most churches want to be known for being 'diverse,' but what they’re after is more multi-color than multi-cultural. Read More

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Renaissance

Oct 06, 2014 | Greg Forster

As an introduction to help newcomers get into the culture conversation, this book could be helpful. But I see two important obstacles that will limit its success. Read More

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Stranger in a Strange Land: Fox’s New Reality Show ‘Utopia’

Oct 03, 2014 | S.D. Kelly

Just how frayed does the fray have to be before we refuse to participate? Read More