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Kelly Kapic: A Little Book for New Theologians

Kelly Kapic: A Little Book for New Theologians

  Kelly M. Kapic, A Little Book for New Theologians: Why and How to Study Theology (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 2012), 126 pages. Kelly Kapic, Professor of Theological Studies at Covenant College, instructs the student of theology and offers a perspective of wisdom. As the name implies, it is a little book; my first leisurely […]

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Becoming a Disciple, with John Hiigel

Becoming a Disciple, with John Hiigel

Every church leader wants to see the people they serve grow in their walk with Jesus, and it is obvious that is why John Hiigel wrote Partnering with the King: Study the Gospel of Matthew and Become a Disciple of Jesus. Join PneumaReview.com for a conversation with Professor Hiigel whose calling is to foster academic […]

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Great Wealth

Great Wealth

  We live in a society where we are taught from a young age that our occupation defines us as a person. If we are earning a substantial salary, own a luxury car, live in a costly house and wear designer clothes, then we are considered successful. The church reinforces this philosophy even further with […]

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What Easter Means to Me

What Easter Means to Me

Easter, to me, means that Jesus is in control. His arrest and crucifixion were not events that came upon Him unexpectedly.  Instead, right from the very beginning of His ministry, He repeatedly told His disciples, “The Son of Man is going to be betrayed into the hands of men.  They will kill Him, and on […]

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Gospel Carriers, Old and New

Gospel Carriers, Old and New

Historical Digression And all this assembly shall know that the LORD saves not with sword and spear: for the battle is the LORD’s, and he will give you into our hands. (1 Samuel 17:47 KJ2000) During WWII’s Battle of the Coral Sea, 5 warships were sunk and over 1,600 men killed. The historic nature of […]

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Gene Veith: The Soul of the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Gene Veith: The Soul of the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

  Gene Veith, The Soul of the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (Colorado Springs: Cook Communications Ministries, 2005), 206 pages. In the preface to the book, Veith sets forth the premise that his book is intended to be a companion volume to Lewis’ work, originally written for children, that “will help you unpack the […]

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John Stackhouse: Humble Apologetics

John Stackhouse: Humble Apologetics

John G. Stackhouse Jr., Humble Apologetics: Defending the Faith Today (Oxford University Press, 2002), 280 pages, ISBN 9780195138078. I did it! I finally read this book from cover to cover. I had started it many times since it was sent to me to review, but I never finished it and finishing is what counts. It […]

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A Master's Touch

A Master’s Touch

Thirty years ago I had a friend named Bob who had grown up in New England, and then had gone to college at Case Institute of Technology in Cleveland. While he was there he met a young woman named Liz who had grown up in Peabody, Massachusetts. They began to court each other as their […]

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Alan Berger: Trialogue and Terror

Alan Berger: Trialogue and Terror

  Alan L. Berger, ed., Trialogue and Terror: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam after 9/11 (Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2012), 288 pages, ISBN 9781608995462. Trialogue and Terror: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam after 9/11accomplishes several significant tasks for today’s critical interreligious discussion context. First, it points beyond general interreligious dialogue to the need for a particular […]

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Cecilia González-Andrieu: Bridge to Wonder

Cecilia González-Andrieu: Bridge to Wonder

Cecilia González-Andrieu, Bridge to Wonder: Art as a Gospel of Beauty (Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2012) vii + 242, ISBN 9781602583511. In Bridge to Wonder: Art as a Gospel of Beauty Cuban-American theologian Cecilia González-Andrieu seeks to span the gulf between art and Christian theology through the image of the “revelatory and transforming beauty” […]

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Mike Kai, The Pound for Pound Principle and Douglas Kozub, Transparent Gratitude

Mike Kai, The Pound for Pound Principle and Douglas Kozub, Transparent Gratitude

Double book review: Mike Kai, The Pound for Pound Principle: Becoming All God Designed You To Be (Authentic Publishers, 2013), 192 pages, ISBN 9781780781006. Douglas Kozub, Transparent Gratitude (Available from Kozub@hawaii.rr.com) I need to share some background so that my two book reviews below can be read with understanding.  Both books were written by men […]

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A Keeper, by H. Murray Hohns

A Keeper, by H. Murray Hohns

A devotional exhortation for leaders from Pastor Mur. I was just about out the door the other day when I heard my wife ask, ‘Could you come in here and help me for a minute?’ I said, ‘Sure,’ and made a U-turn. I walked into the bedroom to find the bed in total disarray and […]

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Daniel A. Brown

When a Cloud Isn’t a Crowd, by Daniel Brown

Pastor Daniel Brown talks about being led by God in contrast to the persistent nagging to follow the crowd. Where God leads isn’t the same for everyone. On a recent trip to Norway, I heard of a newly married couple who spent their honeymoon with in-laws building a small chapel in eastern Europe—using materials they […]

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Dan B. Allender's Sabbath, reviewed by Lisa R. Ward

Dan B. Allender’s Sabbath, reviewed by Lisa R. Ward

  Dan B. Allender, Sabbath: The Ancient Practices (Nashville, Thomas Nelson, 2009), 208 pages, ISBN 9780849901072. Dan Allender, one of the founders and former president of the Mars Hill Graduate School in Seattle, Washington, is a prolific writer and speaker. Currently, he serves as professor of counseling along with his private practice. His recent monograph, Sabbath […]

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