DANNY MITCHELL October 22, 2015 Youth Ministry in the 21st Century: Five Views. Chap Clark, Ed. (Baker Academic, 2015) Writing book reviews can be a tricky thing. After all, a book review is ultimately only one person’s opinion about a particular book. I have often wondered why I should trust the opinion of a reviewer … Continued
The following books are available from the PCA Bookstore Revelation: Let the One Who is Thirsty Come, by Sarah Ivill Sarah’s desire for women to discover the “meat” of God’s Word is evident, guiding the student to discover the truths of Revelation through studying all of Scripture and focusing on Jesus Christ. A PCA … Continued
This is a good book and well worth discussing and implementing where appropriate. This book will adjust our attitudes about evangelicalism, and will ultimately lead us along a time tested path toward a brighter future.
While this book will deal with some extremely important theology, it does so in a way that helps the reader to understand that what it is saying really helps one focus on how Christians should live in the world from day to day.Believing that the Bible message is about the Kingdom of God, the one kingdom of God vs. a two kingdom concept, it behooves us to be familiar with this topic.
If Calvinism represents God’s truth, it needs to be presented in as winsome, loving, and clear manner that our audience will also come to love and appreciate it.This is worth the read; especially because it could significantly enhance our effectiveness and winsomeness when presenting our Calvinistic faith to others.
Whether you are a preacher, teacher, growing Christian, you will appreciate this book. Read it personally for your own benefit, use it topically for teaching and preaching, share it with a friend who may have questions about the Bible and its foundational role in the Christian faith.