This is the first post in what will hopefully be a weekly post pointing readers to book reviews, author interviews and posts by others related to books new and old.

John Starke interviews D.A. Carson about his new book The Intolernace of Tolerance.

Jay Thomas discusses his new book on sex titled Sex, Dating and Relationships: A Fresh Approach.

Matt Smethurst  and Marcus Glover review Thabiti Anyabwile’s new book Finding Faithful Elders and Deacons.

Matt Smethurst interviews Andreas Kostenberger about his new co-authored book Invitation to Biblical Interpretation.

Matt Smethurst interviews Greg Forster about his new book Joy of Calvinism and Ted Kluck reviews it.

Jared at Christians in Context, Arron Armstrong and Shaun Tabatt from Cross Focused Reviews review The Gospel Story Bible by Marty Machowski.

Dave Jenkins from Servants of grace reviews Andreas Kostenberger’s new book Excellence: The Character of God and the Pursuit of Scholarly Virtue.

Trevin Wax reviews Preachers of a Different Gospel by Femi Adeleye.

At Greg Wilson reviews Christ Formed in You by Brian Hedges.

J.D. over at Missional Thinking discusses the new book Rural Church Planting: A Missional Footprint.

Fred Zaspel’s new book Warfield on the Christian Life is now available and has an interview about it as well as Justin Taylor.

Matthew Claridge reviews Rethinking the Trinity and Religious Pluralism over at

Ed Stetzer interviews Scot McKnight about his recent book The King Jesus Gospel which I reviewed here.

Joshua Greever reviews the great new book Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith?: A critical Appraisal to Modern and Postmodern Approaches to Scripture.

Mark Strauss interviews Darrell Bock on his forthcoming book A Theology of Luke and Acts of the highly acclaimed Biblical Theology of the New Testament Series edited by Andreas Kostenberger.  Part1 & Part2 of a five part series are up.

Louis at Baker Book House Church Connections discusses the new Baker Illustrated Bible Commentary.

Phil Johnson discusses the forthcoming NIV MacArthur Study Bible.

Zondervan announces its Third Wave of titles releasing with Logos.