Review I don’t suppose that there is a more important book for the American church today as it pertains to how we should engage the current culture. There has been a term thrown around everywhere lately that has been used to describe Moore’s writing and leadership: prophetic. There couldn’t be a more fitting word
Review Don’t let the size of this book fool you. It may be small, but the treatment of the subject matter is certainly not. DeYoung has done the church no small favor by providing such an accessible, pastoral, and convincing assessment of the Bible’s teachings on homosexuality. Of particular note in DeYoung’s writing is
Review As a young pastor this book was incredibly helpful to me. Extremely practical and easy to read. H.B. Charles, Jr. took over as pastor at his father’s church when he was only 16 years old and has been involved in full-time ministry since. Even better, he’s only pastored at two different churches in his
Typology in the Old Testament is everywhere and it is particularly abundant in the book of Genesis. And this book is especially ripe with Christological typology. This is to be expected, given that the Lord Jesus himself explained in several places that the entire Old Testament was written to testify of Himself and His saving work on our behalf.
For centuries, it has been thought that classical humanism’s effect on Christianity was a negative one. Renaissance humanism was thought to be largely secular in its nature; creating such a high view of man that the only natural result would be a diminished view of God. However, more modern research has uncovered much religious thought among the humanists of the Renaissance.