Book review: Christopher Ash & Steve Midgely, The Heart Of Anger. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2021.

The publisher provided me with a complimentary electronic review copy.   Having recently enjoyed Christopher Ash’s short work on Job and theodicy, Trusting God In The Darkness, I was looking forward to reading this small book on the practical subject of anger. I was not disappointed. Messrs. Ash and Midgley write in a lucid style, […]

Book review: R. C. Sproul: A Life. By: Stephen J. Nichols.

Book review: Stephen J. Nichols, R. C. Sproul: A Life. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2021.   I enjoyed reading this comparatively brief biography of the Reformed preacher, theologian, and commentator R. C. Sproul. As one of the better-known evangelical theologians of the late twentieth century, he left a large imprint on the Christian scene. The book […]

God’s Omnipotence

Some words on the Almighty from a sermon by C. H. Spurgeon. “Behold, God is mighty, and despiseth not any:He is mighty in strength and wisdom.” (Job 36:5.) “Begin at the beginning: the Lord is mighty—that is to say, God is so strong that power immeasurable and inconceivable belongeth unto him. ‘God hath spoken once; […]

Book review: Michael Reeves, Rejoice and Tremble

Michael Reeves, Rejoice and Tremble: The Surprising Good News Of The Fear Of The Lord.  Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2021. The publisher provided me with a complimentary review copy in electronic format.   Having thoroughly enjoyed Michael Reeves’ outstanding book Delighting In The Trinity, I was looking forward to reading this new volume on the fear of […]

Book review: The Doctrine On Which The Church Stands Or Falls: Justification in Biblical, Theological, Historical, and Pastoral Perspective

Note: The publisher provided me with a complimentary review copy in kindle format.     At 1,384 pages, including numerous footnotes, this volume is not for the fainthearted! Nonetheless, it is well-written and lucidly argued, and will reward the diligent reader. It argues that justification is a vital doctrine that is always under attack. This […]

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