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A Table in the Mist

Jeffrey J. Meyers. Ecclesiastes Through New Eyes: A Table in the Mist. Athanasius Press; Monroe, Louisiana. 2006. Kindle Edition (2013). A Table in the Mist starts to teach, in keeping with Solomon’s wisdom, what living by faith in an unpredictable … Continue reading

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The Shepherd Leader at Home

The Shepherd Leader at Home by Timothy Witmer (Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2012). Marriage is not in trouble. Perhaps this statement seems bizarre, especially given the amount of discussion surrounding marriage in secular and Christian circles. Isn’t marriage what all the … Continue reading

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Always Ready: Directions for Defending the Faith

So, consider this a recommendation. Bahnsen was known for his precision, scholarship, and deep commitment to the Lord Jesus. This work, published posthumously, displays all of these things. It also shows his pastoral care for Christ’s Church. If you are … Continue reading

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Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics

Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics: Foundations and Principles of Evangelical Biblical Interpretation by Graeme Goldsworthy, InterVarsity Press, 2006. Goldsworthy packs a lot into these 317 pages, and its all worth the time and energy to understand. In his words, “Gospel-centered hermeneutics is above … Continue reading

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In the Beginning: The Story of the King James Bible and How it Changed a Nation, a Language, and a Culture

In the Beginning: The Story of the King James Bible and How it Changed a Nation, a Language, and a Culture, by Alister McGrath. Published by Doubleday, 2001 The King James Bible is a hallmark of the English language. McGrath … Continue reading

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