Michael Hickerson reviews James K.A. Smith & David I. Smith’s new book Teaching & Christian Practices: Reshaping Faith & Learning.
Amazon reviewer David P. Craig reviews the new biography of F.F. Bruce titled F.F. Bruce: A Life.
At the Hiffington Post, Craig Keener answers the question, “Are Miracles Real?”, from his new book Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts.
Andy Naselli gives a sneak peat at what looks to be an must read on converting to Catholicism, Anglicanism, Evangelicalism and Eastern Orthodoxy in the forthcoming book Journey’s of Faith and Trevin Wax and Chris Castaldo review it.
Owen Strachan has a good post in response to David Brooks on why true greatness and humility can co-exist, which is a good reason why you should consider reading John Dickson’s book on humility titled Humilitas.
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James Hamilton reviews Eugene Merrill’s book Everlasting Dominion: A Theology of the Old Testament.
Gregg Allison gave a lecture for the Mars Hill staff on the theology of Scripture. You can pick up his recent book Historical Theology.
At the Gospel Coalition Brian Cosby discusses his new book on youth ministry titles Give Up Gimmicks: Reclaiming Youth Ministry from an Entertainment Culture.
Alister McGrath lectures at the Lanier Theological Library on the relationship between the Christian faith and the mind stemming from his recent book The Passionate Intellect.
At the Crossway blog Thabiti Anyabwile does a One, Two, Three, Four part series on his conversion from Islam to Christianity which you can read more about in Glory Road: The Journeys of Ten African American into Reformed Christianity.
Shaun Tabatt posts the recent debate between Bart Ehrman and Daniel Wallace on the reliability of the New Testament. You can pick up the DVD of the debate here.
Dan Philips reviews the updated version of Martin Lloyd-Jones classic book Spiritual Depression.
Steven Cowan reviews Douglas Groothuis’ new book Christian Apologetics: A Comprehensive Case for Biblical Faith.
Wendy Alsup (and her husband), author of Practical Theology for Women, has an insightful review of Mark & Grace Driscoll’s book Real Marriage.
Tim Challies reviews Michael Williams new book How to Read the Bible Through the Jesus Lens. Zondervan will also be hosting a blog tour for this book from March 5-9 which I will be taking part in. Michael Williams will also be speaking in chapel at Calvin Theological Seminary on March 6th about the book. Attendance is free on locations and they will be live streaming the event.
Christian Focus Media highlights a new release by Douglas Webster titled Table Grace: The Role of Hospitality in the Christian Life.
In relation to Matt Chandlers much anticipated forthcoming book on the gospel, The Explicit Gospel, Chandler is going to be touring in six cities with Shane & Shane leading worship.
Michael Wittmer, author of Christ Alone, the book length response to Rob Bell’s book Love Wins, has a new book out titled The Last Enemy: Preparing to Win the Fight of Your Life.
Here is a gold mine. TGC has posted over 300 of D.A. Carson’s articles and reviews.
Andy Naselli has also posted a free PDF of D.A. Carson’s assessment of TIS (Theological Interpretation of Scripture) in the recently published book Theological Commentary: Evangelical Perspectives. (HT: Hamilton)
Marc Cortez discusses the struggle some have with reading fiction from Alan Jacobs recent book The Pleasures of Reading in an Age of Distraction.
Robert Cornwall reviews the new book The Bible, Disability and the Church: A New Vision of the People of God by Amos Young which is a shorter and more readable version of Theology and Down Syndrome: Reimagining Disability in Late Modernity.
Wayne Grudem and Ian Hamilton have a very helpful debate on the Continuation of Prophecy. (HT: JT) Jesse Johnson at The Cripplegate posts an excerpt from D.A. Carson’s excellent book, Showing the Spirit, in which he makes a case for continuationism (read the whole thing).
Justin Taylor posts two videos of Scott Oliphint discussing Covenental Apologetics and the Doctrine of Scripture. Oliphint has recently written God With Us: Divine Condescension and the Divine Attributes.
Louis, from Baker Books Church Connection, highlights an upcoming introduction to the New Testament by Donald Hanger titled The New Testament: A Historical and Theological Introduction.
Guy Waters reviews William Boekestein’s new book The Quest for Comfort: The Story of the Heidelberg Catechism.
Matthew Barrett, from Credomag.com, discusses the 40 Questions & Answers Series from Kregel and highlights the forthcoming installment titled 40 Questions on Salvation which he is working on with Gregg Allison.
At the Biblical Counseling Coalition blog, Leslie Wiggins reviews Sacred Friendships: Celebrating the Legacy of Women Heroes of the Faith by Bob Kellemen and Susan Ellis.