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I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated my books of the month. I think the last post about it was April? And, honestly, I haven’t read much since that post. 498 more words


Taking God at His Word and reviews

Earlier this year, fellow blogger The Alethiophile suggested a sort of ‘book exchange’ – he would take book requests and review them, if readers would take a suggestion from him. 1,413 more words


Book Review: Taking God at his Word by Kevin DeYoung

After asking for reading suggestions at the start of the year, this was one of the suggestions that came up as a book to particularly challenge my thinking. 1,827 more words

Book Reviews

The Sufficiency of Scripture

Long ago, at many times and in many ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets, but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed the heir of all things, through whom also he created the world.

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No Firmer Ground to Stand On

“The word of God is true. The good news of Jesus Christ has been recorded in the facts of history. There was a man bor… 378 more words


Book Review: The Hole in Our Holiness

My Rating: Five stars

Age Suggestion: 12+

This book, by Kevin DeYoung, is a must-read for every Christian. It’s engaging and enjoyable to read, even for someone who doesn’t normally read nonfiction. 297 more words


Is Scripture Compromised by Human Instrumentation?

“… the word of God is no less divine because it is given through human instrumentality. Many have claimed and continue to claim that conservative Christians hold to a mechanical dictation theory of inspiration. 617 more words