A Peculiar Book

By Coyle Neal on May 30, 2016

Review of A Peculiar Glory by John Piper John Piper’s A Peculiar Glory: How the Christian Scriptures Reveal their Complete Truthfulness is unlike any other book I’ve read on the subject of whether or not the Bible is reliable and…

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John Owen for the Modern World

By Coyle Neal on January 14, 2016

A stolid work on a stolid Puritan

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Games Without Rules is a Winner

By Coyle Neal on January 12, 2016

An excellent and readable history of Afghanistan

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Best Books of 2015

By Coyle Neal on January 4, 2016

Coyle Neal’s best of the year

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Wilson’s “Writers to Read” is a pretty solid guide

By Andrew Collins on September 15, 2015

A good place to start for those who want to read something better

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Writers to Read: A Short Demonstration of Christian Engagement with Culture

By Kendrick Kuo on August 18, 2015

Wilson explores the life, writings, and imagination of nine authors

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“Accidental Feminism” is purposefully great!

By Guest Contributor on August 3, 2015

Tackling Mainstream Feminism and Reevaluating God’s Design for Women.

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It’s not a paranormal conspiracy if they’re really out to get you

By Coyle Neal on July 20, 2015

Is the truth out there?

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The Ups and Downs of “Redeeming Sex”

By Coyle Neal on May 11, 2015

Review of “Redeeming Sex: Naked Conversations about Sexuality and Spirituality”

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Engaging, Understanding, and Assessing Roman Catholicism from an Evangelical Perspective

By Guest Contributor on May 4, 2015

A thorough and balanced Evangelical evaluation of the Catholic teachings outlined in the Catechism

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