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Book Reviews: The church’s mission and vision, globally and locally

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Book Reviews: Biblical advice on money and facing difficulties

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Book Reviews: For preaching the Word and hearing the Word preached

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Review: <em>Who Is This Man?</em>

Review: Who Is This Man?

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Books | He misquotes Augustine, and his book offers law, not gospel: for John Ortberg, the good news is that Jesus showed us how to be better. Ortberg marshals an…

Review: <em>Ashtown Burials II: The Drowned Vault</em>

Review: Ashtown Burials II: The Drowned Vault

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Books | Picture Gilgamesh of Uruk in white pants and a turquoise polo. Now add Capt. John Smith, guns that shoot fire, and a whole lot of transmortal mayhem taking…

Review: <em>Transformed by God: New Covenant Life and Ministry</em>

Review: Transformed by God: New Covenant Life and Ministry

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Books | If you’ve read Jeremiah’s rich promise of a new covenant and want to know how it has been fulfilled by the work of Jesus Christ, then this book is for…

Review: <em>Shrewd: Daring to Live the Startling Command of Jesus</em>

Review: Shrewd: Daring to Live the Startling Command of Jesus

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Books | Being shrewd is a lot like being manipulative. That’s why Jesus commanded us to be innocently shrewd. But, writes Rick Lawrence in Shrewd: Daring to Live the

Notable Books

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Books | Four recent non-academic theology books

Review: <em>The Top Ten Leadership Commandments</em>

Review: The Top Ten Leadership Commandments

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Books | Hans Finzel, CEO of the nonprofit WorldVenture, was ready to quit. His three-page resignation letter was written. But before sending it, he decided to study…

Review: <em>The Rise of China vs. The Logic of Strategy</em>

Review: The Rise of China vs. The Logic of Strategy

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Books | The adversative in the title is intentional: Edward N. Luttwak, one of the world’s leading military strategists, sets out to show that China’s growth will…

Review: <em>A Week in the Life of Corinth</em>

Review: A Week in the Life of Corinth

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Books | The pacing is strong, the characters are believable and engaging, the setting comes alive, and the footnotes (a rarity in novels since the days of Walter…

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