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Book Review | Mere Christianity

    Clive Staples Lewis, better known as C.S. Lewis, was a British author, professor, and philosopher who wrote on a variety of topics. Perhaps best known for his children’s series The Chronicles of Narnia, Lewis was also an intellectual giant and perhaps the most well-known author in the field of Christian apologetics. Mere Christianity...

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Book Review | The Holiness of God

    R.C. Sproul, well-known author of The Holiness of God, was the founding pastor of Saint Andrews Chapel in Sanford, Florida, and the founder of Ligonier Ministries. Ligonier Ministries is committed to the authority of scripture and equips Christians and the Church around the world with resources and was formed to teach and defend...

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Book Review | A Toxic New Religion

  Although Christianity has been the dominant religion in the West for centuries, the authors of A Toxic New Religion, Scott D. Allen and Darrow L. Miller, believe the postmodern movement’s impact on culture, sexuality, religion, and even freedom have created a new religion with atheistic and humanist roots in neo-Marxism. They point out how...

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Book Review | The Abolition of Man

    The Abolition of Man by C. S. Lewis is a work so astute that it borders on the prophetic and leaves one wondering if, in fact, man has already been abolished. The book is a compilation of three lectures given by Lewis, author, professor, and philosopher, in February 1943. The Abolition of Man...

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Book Review | The Everlasting Man

    G.K. Chesterton lived in the early 20th century amid the heady, rational modernism of that age, which felt that humankind, though originating in mere, unguided evolution, had now progressed beyond the need for religion — or at least for sharp religious divisions. Chesterton himself did not share this viewpoint. He was outspokenly Anglican...

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Book Review I In His Image

    Jen Wilkin is the author of In His Image, along with many other books on biblical knowledge aimed at encouraging women in their spiritual journey towards Christ. She spent time in several different denominations and holds that “knowing the Word [is] the only way to know truth from error.”  She met her husband...

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Book Review | The Poverty of Nations

    The Poverty of Nations is the combined work of a renowned theologian and a professional economist who teamed up to write a manual advising how nations can address and defeat poverty. Using themes from the Bible and the application of fundamentals from business and commerce, the authors illustrate how a synergistic approach can...

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Book Review | A Christian Manifesto

    Francis A. Schaeffer was an American Presbyterian pastor, evangelical theologian, and author. As a proponent of traditional Protestantism, Schaeffer believed that the Christian faith alone provides the sole foundation for rational thought, with the Bible being the inerrant divine revelation of God.   As a response to The Communist Manifesto (1848) and The...

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Book Review | Reenchanting Humanity: A Theology of Mankind

  Owen Strachan, author of Reenchanting Humanity: A Theology of Mankind, is the associate professor of Christian theology, director of the Center for Public Theology, and director of the Residency PhD program at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri.    He has authored and co-authored various other theological texts, ranging from analyses on...

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Book Review | You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay)

  Part memoir and part exposé, You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay) guides readers through the maze of self-acceptance and self-improvement myths that promise to solve feelings of inadequacy. Author Allie Beth Stuckey, who had her own experience with the self-esteem movement and its hollow promises, notes that those who look inward for value are...

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