Reviews, Interviews, Authors and Books to Note Across the Web
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Trevin Wax reviews Jonathan Merritt’s new book A Faith of Our Own: Following Jesus Beyond the Culture Wars.
G.A. Dietrich reviews Dave Harvey’s recent book Am I Called?: The Summons to Pastoral Ministry.
Michael Bird reviews Journeys of Faith.
Think Christianly by Jonathan Morrow is reviewed by Leslie Kinney.
A Shot of Faith by Mitch Stokes is reviewed by Doug Wilson.
What is the Mission of the Church by Greg Gilbert & Kevin DeYoung is reviewed by Aaron Armstrong.
Real Marriage by Grace & Mark Driscoll is reviewed by Jeff Fisher at Covenant Eyes blog.
The Kingdom New Testament: A Contemporary Translation by N.T. Wright is reviewed by Robert Gundry.
A Commentary on the Psalms: Vol. 1 (1-41) by Allen P. Ross is reviewed by Bob Hayton.
Warfield on the Christian Life by Fred Zaspel is reviewed by Dave Jenkins.
Arminiam theology: Myths & Realities by Roger Olson is reviewed by Sten at Christians in Context.
The Road to Missional: Journey to the Center of the Church by Michael Frost is reviewed by Ricky Kirk at Servants of Grace.
Am I Called?: The Summons to Pastoral Ministry by Dave Harvey is reviewed by Dave Jenkins.
Ed Stetzer has a ONE and TWO part interview with Jonathan Dodson about his new book Gospel-Centered Discipleship.
Brian Najapfour, at Reformation Heritage Books, interviews Williwm VanDoodeward about his book The Marrow Controversy and the Seceder Controversy.
Christian Focus Book Notes interviews Melissa Kruger about her first book The Envy of Eve: Finding Contentment in a Covetous World.
CredoMag posts part 1 of a series of interview with Ardel Caneday on The New Testament Use of the Old Testament.
Justin Taylor interviews Dave Harvey about his new book Am I Called?: The Summons to Pastoral Ministry.
Jonathan Leehman discusses church membership from his recent book Church Membership: How the World Knows Who Represents Jesus.
Andy Naselli lists Eckhard Schnabel’s Recommended Ten Books to Read on Eschatology.
Jessica Thompson, co-author of Give Them Grace, discusses A Mother’s Identity.
James Hamilton, author of the Revelation commentary for the Preach The Word Series, discusses How Rev. 19:20 Supports Historic Premillennialism.
Joe Thorn, author of Note To Self, highlights some introductory books to read on Covenant Theology.
Carl Trueman suggests some books to read on church history and historical theology.
Jonathan Pennington discusses his new book Reading the Gospels Wisely: A Narrative and Theological Introduction.
BOOKS & RESOURCES TO NOTE:
Robert Culver’s Systematic Theology: Biblical and Historical is on sale for 50% off at Monergism for a limited time.
Kregel makes Question Three available for viewing from 40 Questions About Christians and Biblical Law by Thomas Schreiner.
Paul Tatuges lists 5 must read books for Family and Parental Counseling.
Brian Croft recommends pastors to read Charles Simeon: An Ordinary Pastor with Extraordinary Influence.
At the IVP blog Brannon Ellis discusses the Reformation Commentary on Scripture Series.
At the HCSB blog Devin Maddox gives 7 Reasons I Love the Mission of God Study Bible.
At CregoMag Matthew Barrett recommends some good books to read this summer.
Andy Naselli discusses Deconstruct the Dream Driving Your Marriage from Justin Buzzards new book Date Your Wife.
Aaron Armstrong discusses 4 Reasons to Preach Through Whole Books of the Bible from Dever & Gilbert’s new book Preach: Theology Meets Practice.
…….And Just Because it Interests Me:
Jen Wilkin discusses Why Bible Study Doesn’t Transform Us.
Major Archaeological Find Provides First Physical Evidence of Cult Formation Before the Reign of King David.
Why PhD Students Should Consider the Pastorate as the Context for Their Theological Scholarship.
A Disturbing Trend in Publishing.
Some Seminars on Homosexuality, Change and the Gospel.
Don’t Blame the Bible for Your Bad Views on Homosexuality. (NOTE: I do not endorse this position. Though articulate and passionate, this presentation is wrong and does not faithfully represent Scripture on this issue.)