Book Reviews

Latest adventures in reading.

Book of the Week: Real Worship

Real Worship by Waren Wiersbe really messed with me, and I am glad for it. Wiersbe challenged all my pre-conceived...

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Book of the Week: Delivered from Evil

Having finished Winston Churchill’s series on the Second World War, I decided re-read Delivered from Evil by Robert Leckie for...

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Book of the Week: The Lord Our Righteousness

So certainly a sweet state of peace in our consciences, the promotion of the free grace of God, a life...

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Book of the Week: Triumph and Tragedy

The theme given by Churchill for this final work in his Second World War series is as follows: “How the...

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Book of the Week: Famine in the Land

This week I took time out from Churchill to read Famine in the Land by Steven J. Lawson. In general,...

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Book of the Week: Closing the Ring

It has been a few weeks since we have posted a Book-of-the-Week feature. Today I finally found time to sit...

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Book of the Week: The Word of God in English

This volume challenged many of my notions on translations. Leland Ryken aims withering fire at dynamic equivalence, and modern translations...

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Book of the Week: The Hinge of Fate

War is a series of catastrophes that results in a victory. Georges Clemenceau The above quote is a good summary...

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Book of the Week: The Hand of God

This week’s Book of the Week is “The Hand of God” by Alistair Begg. I received this book as a...

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Book of the Week: Fool’s Gold

John MacArthur and his staff have put together a much-needed treatise on the spiritual discernment necessary in today’s age. I...

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