1-2 Timothy and Titus: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary – Andreas J. Kostenberger

Studying and reading God's Word is such a joy and privilege for those that desire a vibrant relationship with and understanding of God. There are so many resources out there that give clarity and help as we seek to understand what His Word means and how best to interpret and apply these truths to our … Continue reading 1-2 Timothy and Titus: Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary – Andreas J. Kostenberger

Enjoying the Bible: Literary Approaches to Love the Scriptures – Matthew Mullins

How do you feel about your Bible reading and how you approach God's Word? Has it grown...stale? Dare I say...boring? Have these thoughts ever crept into your head? Well, you are not alone! And coming across this great little book by Matthew Mullins has given me a fresh take on how to enjoy God's Word … Continue reading Enjoying the Bible: Literary Approaches to Love the Scriptures – Matthew Mullins

The Way of Life: Christian Belief and Experience – Charles Hodge

Christianity is vital. It is living and breathing, drawing life and experience from God as its source. It consists of real people that are changed and living lives that reflect that change by the Spirit of God and faith in the gospel of Christ. This volume by the distinguished American presbyterian theologian Charles Hodge is … Continue reading The Way of Life: Christian Belief and Experience – Charles Hodge

Apollos Old Testament Commentary: 1 and 2 Samuel – David G. Firth

Studying a book of the Bible in depth can be an exciting thing! God's word is essential and sufficient for life and godliness. Yet God has given his church an awesome gift in scholars who can share their thoughts and expositions on the different books of the Bible. Here in the Apollos Old Testament Commentary … Continue reading Apollos Old Testament Commentary: 1 and 2 Samuel – David G. Firth

Reading the New Testament as Christian Scripture: A Literary, Canonical, and Theological Survey – Constantine R. Campbell & Jonathan T. Pennington

There are plenty of Bible surveys out there that provide great material for learning and growing in God's Word. So much so that it can be difficult choosing which one to start with or figuring out which one is best for you. Campbell and Pennington have given us a fantastic new survey of the New … Continue reading Reading the New Testament as Christian Scripture: A Literary, Canonical, and Theological Survey – Constantine R. Campbell & Jonathan T. Pennington

The Spirit of Holiness: Reflections on Biblical Spirituality – Terry Delaney and Roger D. Duke

The Christian life is all about God working in and through His people for His glory. What this looks like practically in the life of a believer can be called biblical spirituality. The Spirit of Holiness is one of those books that really does a great job in taking a deeper look at biblical spirituality. … Continue reading The Spirit of Holiness: Reflections on Biblical Spirituality – Terry Delaney and Roger D. Duke

Dual Citizens: Politics and American Evangelicalism – edited by Timothy D. Padgett

The relationship between biblical Christianity and politics has been a heated topic of debate since...forever! The various views in regard to this relationship are so numerous its almost impossible to wade through them all. But one thing is key that we understand, and that is that we are to live in this world in a … Continue reading Dual Citizens: Politics and American Evangelicalism – edited by Timothy D. Padgett

“Here Are Your Gods”: Faithful Discipleship in Idolatrous Times – Christopher J. H. Wright

"Here Are Your Gods." These are the words that the Israelites spoke after the fashioning of the golden calf in the book of Exodus. There was massive confusion and syncretism between Israel's God and the gods they made with their hands. But what about today? What is it that we worship? Do we still make … Continue reading “Here Are Your Gods”: Faithful Discipleship in Idolatrous Times – Christopher J. H. Wright

The Cross in Four Words: Freedom, Forgiveness, Justice, and Purpose – DeYoung, Coekin, and Christos-Wahab

"Jesus died on the cross to save us." This statement is the heart of Christianity and the foundation for the Christian life, walk and hope. Yet we still neglect the importance of what the cross means to us as believers in practical life. This great little book gives us four "words" that are a part … Continue reading The Cross in Four Words: Freedom, Forgiveness, Justice, and Purpose – DeYoung, Coekin, and Christos-Wahab