Reviews, Recaps & Responses

Book Review: One Year of Dinner Table Devotions and Discussion Starters

One of my memories of the dinner table growing up is our time spent having family devotions. As a teenager, I remember grumbling over...

Book Review: Zeal without Burnout

Jesus said, "I've come to serve not to be served" (Mark 10:45). So how do we follow him, take up our cross, and do...

Book Review: Telling the Gospel Through Story

"Telling the Gospel Through Story" is a wonderful book for anyone who seeks to renew his or her vigour for evangelism. Christine Dillon has...

Book Review: None Like Him

It’s no secret that Jen Wilkin is my favourite female Christian author. She writes with such clarity and conviction in a way that is...

Book Review: Visual Theology

You could say the writer Tim Challies invented blogging, or at least the Christian version of it. He has been a reliable and thoughtful...

ERS: Is There Order in the Trinity?

In this post I want to explore the strictly theological question of whether this doctrine inevitably involves a drift into the subordinationist heresy associated...

Book Review: The Vine Project

Reviewing this book is to abuse it. Not that the following is an abusive review. Tony Payne and Col Marshall have followed-up their earlier...

Gender Transitioning: its possibilities and limitations

Eternity on transgender and transitioning Transgender is a complex issue. The one title ‘transgender’ seeks to capture a variety of conditions and personal situations –...

3 Minute Read: Breaking the Chains Linking Slavery and Complementarianism

Earlier this week, Kevin Giles made connections between complementarianism, slavery, and apartheid. His main thrust being that as evangelical, or reformed, theologians once used the...

Book Review: Making All Things New

Benjamin L. Gladd and Matthew S. Harmon with G.K. Beale, Making All Things New: Inaugurated Eschatology for the Life of the Church, (Grand Rapids:...

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Christian Courage this Easter

This is going to be an interesting Easter season. In a previous era, under sociological conditions of “Christendom”, Christianity was sufficiently woven into the...