This may well be my favorite book on the Holy Spirit. Well informed theologically and redemptive-historically, deeply stimulating and refreshing, and anchored in Trinitarian perspective. No study of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit will want to be without this stunningly good resource.
Irenaeus (Christian Biographies for Young Readers)
Reformation Heritage Books, 2017
Simonetta Carr continues her good service to the Christian community with the next biography in her popular series. This new volume on Irenaeus tells the story of this early Christian theologian, provides a well-rounded overview of the historical setting, and explores the areas of emphasis in his teaching. A good resource for any Christian parent.
Matthew Y. Emerson
It can only be a help to Christians to point out that the Bible isn’t just a collection of related writings but a single book—a book with a well-focused story that runs from beginning to consummation, carried by a number of related themes. Emerson gets that. His new work makes some of the best of “biblical theology” accessible. A helpful read.
Weaver Books, 2017
Someone needs to say it: Our culture’s fanatically determined embrace of what was just yesterday recognized by all sides as wrong and harmful is nothing but “snubbing God”—rebellion against our Creator. And if that is so, it can’t fail to have unhappy consequences—societally as well as individually. Kuligin demonstrates this in his exploration of issues ranging from science and evolution to life, sexuality, and the environment. It’s a contemporary re-examination of important matters that demand clarity.
Focus Publishing, 2017
Having endured the suicide of several people in her own family, Gossack offers the counsel that gave her hope. She addresses the questions that always arise in such situations—about guilt, the goodness and providence of God, etc.—in a biblically helpful way. A brief read that will doubtless provide stability for those who endure such terrible loss.