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The Intolerance of Tolerance by D.A. Carson is reviewed by Mathew Sims.

The Case for Mark Composed in Performance by Antoinette Wire is reviewed by Larry Hurtado.

Marriage and the Family by Andreas Kostenberger is reviewed by Greg Dietrich.

Godforsaken: Bad Things Happen. Is there a God who cares? Yes. Here’s Proof by Dinesh D’Souza is critically reviewed by Douglas Groothuis.

The Cross: Where all Roads Meet by Cesar Malan is reviewed by Mark Tubbs.

Fools Rush in Where Monkeys Fear to Tread by Carl Trueman is reviewed by Mathew Sims.

Equipping Counselors for Your Church by Robert Kelleman is reviewed by Aaron Armstrong.

A Week in the Life of Corinth by Ben Witherington is reviewed by Tim Challies.

Subversive Kingdom: Living as Agents of Gospel Transformation by Ed Stetzer is reviewed by Mark Tubbs.

The DVD From the Dust is reviewed by M. James Sawyer at Parchment and Pen.

Date your Wife by Justin Buzzard is reviewed by Dave Jenkins.

Word Versus Deed by Duane Liftin is reviewed by Ricky Kirk.

What Money Can’y Buy by Michael Sandel is reviewed by Greg Forster.

Redeeming Church Conflicts by Tara Barthel & David Edling is reviewed by Matt Smethurst.

Shame Interrupted by Ed Welch is reviewed by Bob Kellemen.

40 Questions Abut the End Times by Eckhard Schnabel is reviewed by David Gundersen.

Faith & Learning Ed by David Dockery is reviewed by Thomas Kidd.

Christ-Centered Biblical Theology by Graeme Goldsworthy is reviewed by Bob Hayton at


Trevin Wax interviews Andrew Wilson about apologetics from his book If Go then What: Wondering Alound About Truth, Origins & Redemption.

Andy Naselli interviews Chap Thornton about his new book God’s Love: A Bible Storybook.

Family Life Radio interviews Justin Buzzard about his new book Date Your Wife.

Justin Taylor interviews Gregg Frazer about his new book The Religious Beliefs of Americas Founders: Reason, Revelation, Revolution.

Colin Hansen interviews Alec Motyer about his new book Isaiah by the Day.

Kathleen Neilson interviews Carrie Sandom about her new book Different by Design: God’s Blueprint for Men & Women.


iTBN hosted a discussion on Genesis and the issues of creation, days of creation, evolution and a number of other issues with Ken Ham, Hugh Ross, Eric Hovind, Ray Comfort, John Bloom and Sean McDowell.

Carl Trueman recommends two book on the Reformation.

Peter Williams lectures on Things Which Ought to be Better Known About the resurrection of Jesus.

R.C. Sproul discusses the being of God and apologetics.

Owen Strachan on Preaching Christ from the Old Testament.


Trevin Wax discusses the Most Misused Verses in the Bible by Eric Bargerhuff.

Koinonia asks the question, “Was Solomon Really a Good King?”, and finds an answer in Hill & Walton’s recent book A Survey of the Old Testament.

Trevin Wax quotes an excerpt on The Christian View of Death from Michael Wittmer’s new book The Last Enemy.

Exodus & Deuteronomy Ed. by Athalya Brenner and Gale Yee is the most recent volume in the Text @ Context series from Fortress Press.

Brian Croft recommends The Girlfriends Guide Book: Navigating Female Friendships by Marian Jordan for pastors wives.

Danny Akin releases a sneak peak at the list of contributors to a new commentary series Christ-Centered Exposition: Exalting Jesus in Every Book of the Bible to be published by B&H.

D.A. Carson introduces the newest volume in the Pillar New Testament Commentary Series on Romans by Colin Kruse.

Andy Naselli lists the X-Ray questions listed in David Powlison’s new book Seeing with New Eyes: Counseling and the Human Condition through the Lens of Scripture.

Michael Patton posts on the Role of An Exegete from Interpreting the NT Text Ed. by Bock & Fanning.

…….And Just Because it Interests Me:

Ajith Fernando discusses Reading Biblical Devotional Books – An Antidote to Burnout.

Mark Snoeberger on Spelling and the Ministry.