Book Review: Listening to Sexual Minorities

"Listening to Sexual Minorities" is the culmination of three sociological studies across a nine-year period analyzing the perspectives of sexual minorities on faith-based campuses. The authors reached out to faith-based universities across the United States to find students willing to participate in a study of the experiences of sexual minorities on Christian campuses. From the … Continue reading Book Review: Listening to Sexual Minorities


Book Review: Some Pastors and Teachers

And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, some pastors and teachers, to equip the saints for the work of ministry - Eph 4:11-12 In Ephesians 4, Paul charges the Ephesian church to live in a way which reflects the message of the Gospel, summarized in the first three chapters. To guide the church … Continue reading Book Review: Some Pastors and Teachers

Book Review: Breaking the Marriage Idol

Iconoclast: a person who attacks cherished beliefs or institutions. Kutter Callaway, professor of theology at Fuller Seminary, fits the definition of an iconoclast. Why? Because he has no qualms about aim blows at one of the oldest and most established institutions found among human civilization, marriage. Now to his credit, Kutter Callaway is not against marriage, … Continue reading Book Review: Breaking the Marriage Idol

Book Review: Word Centered Church

Jonathan Leeman is the editorial director of 9Marks, a ministry devoted to equipping church leaders with a biblical vision and practical resources for displaying God’s glory to the nations through healthy churches. In this work, "Word Centered Church", Jonathan Leeman endeavors to argue that the Bible, the Word of God, is central to the life … Continue reading Book Review: Word Centered Church

Book Review: Introducing Medieval Biblical Interpretation

Ian Christopher Levy is the professor of historical theology at Providence College. In this latest work, "Introducing Medieval Biblical Interpretation", Dr. Levy seeks to ask an intriguing question: "do medieval exegetical methods have a place in the way we read the Bible today?". This is quite an interesting question and most likely one that you … Continue reading Book Review: Introducing Medieval Biblical Interpretation

Book Review: Biblical Counseling Basics

Jeremy Lelek is the president of both the Association of Biblical Counselors and Metroplex Counseling (a local center for biblical soul care in Dallas/Fort Worth area). In this work, "Biblical Counseling Basics", Dr. Lelek looks to offer a uniquely comprehensive perspective on the Biblical Counseling movement. After the Jay Adam's led renaissance in biblical counseling … Continue reading Book Review: Biblical Counseling Basics