Book Reviews

Latest adventures in reading.

,

Reading List for October, 2019: Alienated America, the Gospels, Greece and Rome, and more…

A week of bed-rest made time for some serious reading this month. Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Secret...

Read More
,

Reading List for September, 2019: Mistborn, Templars, Old Testament History, and more…

Here are the books I read in September. White Sand, Volume 1 (Graphic Novel) by Brandon Sanderson I took a...

Read More
,

Reading List for August, 2019: Dead Sea Scrolls (and that’s pretty much it)

This month was incredibly busy, so my reading took a hit. Nevertheless, I managed to finish one really good title....

Read More

Drive-by Reviews

In going through my recent blog posts, I realized it has been a while since I have posted any book...

Read More
,

Book Review: Here Come the Philistines!

  A while back some may have noticed an announcement about an upcoming message preached at the Eben├ęzer congregation entitled...

Read More
,

Book Review: We Cannot Be Silent

There is no denying that the Western Civilization we currently inhabit is fundamentally different from the one inhabited by our...

Read More
,

Book Review: A Star in the East by Rodney Stark and Xiuhua Wang

In the face of increasing opposition, it is easy for Western Christians to become discouraged, and, like Elijah, feel that...

Read More

Drive-by Book Reviews

Here are my evaluations of my latest reading adventures: The Lost Continent by Edgar Rice Burroughs Edgar Rice Burroughs fantasy...

Read More

Book Review: December, 1941–31 Days that Changed America and Saved the World

History is much more than dates and names. It is people, events, lives. Many history books tend to lean too...

Read More

Book Review: 1822 by Laurentino Gomes

This review is for all you lusophones out there (you know who you are). On a recent bus trip from...

Read More