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REVIEWS:

The Burial of Jesus: What Does History Have to do With Faith by James McGrath is reviewed by Sam Alexander. James McGrath responds to the review.

How God Became King by N.T. Wright is reviewed by Matthew Barrett & Michael Haykin at TGC Reviews.

The Next Story by Tim Challies is reviewed at Discerning Reader by Mark Tubbs.

Respectable Sins by Jerry Bridges is reviewed at the The Good Book Blog by Richard John.

From the Resurrection to His Return by D.A. Carson is reviewed by Kevin Fiske.

Free Will by Sam Harris is reviewed by Doug Wilson.

Who Am I?: Identity in Christ by Jerry Bridges is reviewed by Arron Armstrong.

Thomas and the Gospels: The Case for Thomas’s Familiarity with the Synoptics by Mark Goodacre is reviewed by Larry Hurtado.

The Gospel as Center: Renewing Our Faith and Reforming Our Ministry Practices Ed. by Carson & Keller is reviewed by David Norman at Servants of Grace.

Atheist Delusions: The Christian Revolutions and Its Fashionable Enemies by David Hart is reviewed by Tim Bertolet at Christians in Context.

Close Calls: What Adulterers You to Know About Protecting Your Marriage by Dave Carder is reviewed by Jeff Fisher at Covenant Eyes.

Tim Tebow’s biography Through My Eyes is reviewed by Tim Kimberley at Credo House Ministries.

Gospel Wakefulness by by Jared C. Wilson is reviewed by Jared at Christians in Context.

Equipping Counselors fro Your Church by Robert Kellemen is reviewed by Mark Tubbs at Discerning Reader.

The reviews from Kregel’s blog tour are in for Invitation to Biblical Interpretation by Kostenberger & Patterson.

INTERVIEWS:

D.A. Carson is interviewed by Al Mohler about his recent book The Intolerance of Tolerance.

David VanDrunen is interviewed by Chris Cooper about his book Living In God’s Two Kingdoms.

Timothy George interviews Russell Moore about his book Adopted for Life.

Matt Smethurst interviews T.D. Alexander about The Challenge of Preaching Christ in Genesis.

Daniel Wallace is interviewed by Justin Taylor about New Testament Manuscripts.

Jonathan Dodson is interviewed by Justin Taylor about his new book Gospel-Centered Discipleship.

Gene Edward Veith & Mary Moerbe are interviewed by Christianity Today about their new book Family Vocation.

AUTHOR HIGHLIGHTS:

Daniel Wallace is now blogging.

Mark Dirscoll gives 6 reasons why he and Grace talk so much about sex in their book Real Marriage.

Donald Miller lists seven books all writers should read to become better writers.

Michael Vlach, contributor to the new book Christ’s Prophetic Plans: A Futuristic Premillennial Primer, has responded to Benjamin Wright’s review of the book at TGC Reviews.

Tim Challies lists Dr. Mohler’s list of recommended book for pastors to read in 2012.

Cornelius Plantinga Jr. is delivering the Warfield Lectures on Reading for Preaching at Princeton Theological Seminary on March 26-29.

Andy Naselli has some thoughts on reading a few of Doug Wilson’s books on Parenting.

Aaron Armstrong answers the question, What Can I Do Abut Poverty?, from his book Awaiting a Savior: The Gospel, The New Creation, and the End of Poverty.

Justin Taylor provides the list of sessions by D.A. Carson & Robert Yarbrough on Understanding Complementarianism.

BOOKS & RESOURCES TO NOTE:

At Take Your Vitamin Z blog, BJ Stockman lists 11 Ways the Book of Revelation is Relevant from The Theology of the Book of Revelation by Richard Bauckham.

Icons and the Name of God by Boris Jakim & Sergius Busgakov has been translated into English.

Denny Burke discusses the new NIV Lessons from the Bible: Personal Reflections from Jimmy Carter.

Paul Tautges highlights 36 Purposes of God in Our Suffering from When God Weeps: Why Our Sufferings Matter to the Almighty by Joni Eareckson Tada & Steve Estes.

At the Blazing Center blog, Josh Blount discusses How to Change the World One Day at a Time as inspired from Martin Luther: A Guided Tour of His Life and Thought by Stephen Nichols.

Zondervan posts an excerpt of Wilbur Ellsworth’s contribution to Journeys of Faith.

The Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts now has a resources page for the top books to read on studying the NT.

Jonathan Parnell discusses When People Look Like Satan from G.K. Beale’s book A New Testament Biblical Theology.

At Baker Book Connections, Louis McBride discusses Bart Ehrman’s new book Did Jesus Exist? which defends the historicity of the existence of Jesus.

There is a new Theology Program Overview Video from Credo House Ministries.

Carson Wietnauer, co editor of True Reason: Christian Responses to the Challenge of Atheism, provides an excerpt of the book at TGC.

Crossway highlights a portion of Our Triune God: Living in the Love of the Tree in One by Philip Graham Ryken & Michael Lefebvre by answering the question, How Does the Trinity Practically Apply to Your Life Today?

Justin Taylor offers some highlights from Ryken, Ryken & Wilson’s book Pastors in the Classics.

Christian Focus Book Notes highlights their new releases.

…….And Just Because it Interests Me:

But in the Greek it Says by Darren Carlson.

Al Mohler reflects on the decision to stop the printing of the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Don’t Check Your Brian at the Door by Paul Tautges.

The Temporariness of Modern Books by Aaron Armstrong.

Daniel Darling discusses 5 Reasons Pastors Should Write.