It’s hard to believe April is already over! I received more books in the mail than I ended up reading, however I managed to read quite a few interesting articles. Links to these can be found at the bottom of the page.
- After Acts: Exploring the Lives and Legends of the Apostles by Bryan Liftin is a concise look at what happened in the lives of prominent biblical figures after the book of acts closes. Recommended? Yes.
- None Greater: The Undomesticated Attributes of God is a fantastic and accessible work on the attributes of God from a classical Christian theist standpoint. Recommended? Highly.
- A Handbook on the Jewish Roots of the Christian Faith edited by Craig A. Evans and David Mishkin is a handbook detailing the roots of the christian faith in Judaism. Recommended? Yes.
- The St. Polycarp Reference Bible: Protestant Edition contains the full text of all 66 books of the Protestant canon. The Bible is printed in the World English Bible translation. Recommended? Yes.
- The Essence of Feminity a Personal Perspective
- Is Impassibility Really Biblical?
- My Plea to the Church
- Is Sola Scriptura a Protestant Concoction?
- What Is Theonomy?
- Trinity – God is Three in One
- The Whole World
- Augustine’s Spiritual Equality
- The Signs, Wonders, and Ministry of Heretics
Upcoming reviews include “Jesus Calling,” “Sex, Purity, and the Longings of a Girl’s Heart,” “Confronting Old Testament Controversies,” “The 49th Mystic,” and multiple others. Let me know in the comments what you read this month and what you look forward to reading next!
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