Reviews, Interviews, Authors and Books to Note Across the Web
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Dallas and the Spitfire by Ted Kluck & Jahncke is reviewed by Aaron Armstrong.
The Future of the Global Church by Patrick Johnstone is reviewed by Paul at The Art of Unpacking.
Subversive Kingdom: Living as Agents of Gospel Transformation by Ed Stetzer is reviewed by John Starke.
Living into the Life of Jesus: The Formation of Christian Character by Klaus Issler is reviewed by Ryan Bradley.
The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness is reviewed by Aaron Armstrong.
Work Matters by Tom Nelson is reviewed by Dave Jenkins.
Gospel Centered Discipleship by Jonathan Dodson is reviewed by Ricky Kirk.
Those Who Must Give an Account: A Study of Church Membership and Church Discipline Ed. by John Hammett and Benjamin Merkel is reviewed by Jeremy Kimble.
Wherever I Wind Up: My Quest For Truth, Authenticity and the Perfect Knuckleball by R.A. Dickey is reviewed by Tim Ellsworth.
Evangellyfish by Doug Wilson is reviewed by Aaron Armstrong.
Think Christianly: Looking at the Intersection of Faith & Culture by Jonathan Morrow is reviewed by several bloggers at Engaging Church Blog.
Mind Your Faith: A student’s Guide to Thinking & Living Well by David Horner is reviewed by Jared at Christians in Context.
Ecclesiastes: The Philippians of the Old Testament by William Barrick is reviewed by Bob McCabe.
Trevin Wax interviews J.D. Greear about The Gospel Project and teaching kids the gospel.
Doug Wilson and Joe Rigney have a 7 part series on the life, theology and impact of Jonathan Edwards.
Tim Challies interviews Russell Moore on Fiction & Literature.
Matt Semthurst interviews Jonathan Leehman about submitting to Jesus and the Church from his book Church Membership: How the World Knows Who Represents Jesus.
Tony Reinke lists 20 Quotes from Matt Chandlers book The Explicit Gospel.
Three of the four contributors to Journeys of Faith give a talk about their contribution to the book. (HT:JT)
James Hamilton sums up his book God’s Glory in Salvation Through Judgment: A Biblical Theology in 500 words.
James K.A. Smith has a ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR part discussion about the 2nd edition of his book The Fall of Interpretation: Philosophical Foundations for a Creational Hermeneutic.
Justin Taylor posts an excerpt and video from Scotty Smith’s book Everyday Prayers.
Russell Moore, Joshua Harris, Carl Trueman, J.D. Greear, Matt Pinson and Jefferson Bethke have a Dialogue on Evangelical Issues at Southern Seminary.
BOOKS & RESOURCES TO NOTE:
Justin Taylor highlights four Historical Fiction books on the New Testament world written by scholars.
Andy Naselli lists some diagnostic questions for hopeful pastors from Am I Called?: The Summons of Pastoral Ministry by Dave Harvey.
Six Key Theses About Luke’s Theology from A Theology of Luke & Acts: God’s Promised Program, Realized for All Nations by Darrell Bock.
Aaron Armstrong discusses Sin, Circumstance and Corrective Discipline from Church Discipline: How the Church Protects the Name of Jesus by Jonathan Leehman.
Justin Taylor posts a brief overview and series of short videos by Kelly Kapic about Mapping Modern Theology: A thematic and Historical Introduction.
David Platt’s foreword to the 2nd edition of When Helping Hurts by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert.
Jared Oliphint begins a series on apologetics and starts by interacting with Anthony Bradley’s book Liberating Black Theology.
…….And Just Because it Interests Me
The Profit of Employing the Biblical Languages: Scriptural and Historical Reflections.
R.C. Sproul on a Reformed Approach to Science and Scripture.
Michael Patton discusses Three Types of Christian Scholarship.
Bradley Green on How Classical Education Shapes us As God Intended.
One Minute Apologist asks Greg Koukl the question, “Aren’t You Being Intolerant?“