I now have a book to recommend in almost every counseling situation—Feelings and Faith by Brian S. Borgman. Emotions cannot be dismissed, avoided, or minimized when exhorting and counseling others. Emotions and feelings must be addressed when dealing with marriage problems, addictions, and every other sinful behavior. We cannot obey God without managing our emotions. … Continue reading Feelings and Faith
Over the years Dr. Richard Belcher has written many books designed to help laymen understand Bible study and theology, and most of them now appear to be available at Grace and Truth Books. In fact, it looks like the single best place where you can find them. If you haven't read any of the books … Continue reading Dr. Belcher’s Writings Available at Grace and Truth Books
Jeff Johnson announced earlier today that a new book will soon be available from Free Grace Press. The book is entitled Jesus Is Lord: The Mediatorial Reign of Christ, by Ron Crisp & Daniel Chamberlin. Here is Jeff's announcement: A great book on the mediatorial reign of Christ by Ron Crisp and Daniel Chamberlin, published … Continue reading Jesus Is Lord: The Mediatorial Reign of Christ
I didn’t ever think I would read a book on the theology of food; but after reading “To Eat or Not to Eat?” by Curtis Knapp, I not only can say that I have, but I can say that I really enjoyed it. What I like best about the book is that the author is … Continue reading To Eat or Not to Eat?
The blog's regular readers will no doubt remember our support of Bob Gonzales' writing on the doctrine of the impassibility of God here. Well, now I would like to call your attention to his review of Confessing the Impassible God: The Biblical, Classical, & Confessional Doctrine of Divine Impassibility. In this review Bob manages to … Continue reading Bob Gonzales Reviews "Confessing the Impassibile God"
The blog's regular readers will recall that I posted an article previewing The Absurdity of Unbelief, Jeff Johnson's upcoming book on apologetics, here. I then posted an article seeking reviewers here. Now I am pleased to say, however, that the book will be available on December 1 and that Jeff has just debuted a new website for the … Continue reading The Absurdity of Unbelief Coming Soon!
On June 1 I informed you all of an upcoming book on apologetics by Jeff Johnson. It is entitled The Absurdity of Unbelief, and a preview of the final chapter was posted here on June 4. I am writing now, however, to inform you all that, as Jeff has contemplated the publication of the … Continue reading Seeking Reviewers for The Absurdity of Unbelief by Jeff Johnson
Today my blog partner, Jeff Johnson, announced on Facebook that he is almost finished with his book on apologetics. The text of his post says, "Getting close to finishing an apologetic book The Absurdity of Unbelief. Right at 90,000 words, which is about the same size as The Fatal Flaw." Having had some lengthy discussions with … Continue reading The Absurdity of Unbelief by Jeff Johnson
Today I just thought I would take some time to highly recommend one of the most helpful resources I have had on my shelf for years, namely A Guide to Biblical Commentaries & Reference Works by John F. Evans. I think I have been using one edition or another of this book since I first found it … Continue reading A Guide to Biblical Commentaries & Reference Works
The following testimonial was sent to our own Jeff Johnson regarding his excellent book, The Fatal Flaw of the Theology Behind Infant Baptism, which I have previously recommended here: I came to reformed theology in 2010 by increments and like most, with much wrestling. Primarily my struggles concerned soteriology and what is commonly called the … Continue reading Testimonial About ‘The Fatal Flaw’