What I’m Reading Right Now

What I’m Reading Right Now

I just finished J. I. Packer’s 2013 book Weakness Is The Way, a short, four chapter introduction to 2 Corinthians. In that letter, because God perfects his strength through weakness, Paul boasts of his weaknesses, not his strengths. Packer’s book focuses on this idea...
What I’m Reading Right Now

Fun Reading

HERE ARE SOME BOOKS that I have read in recent months. They are about adventurers, military heroes, thinking critically, and crucial doctrines, but they all share several things in common. First, they are interesting. Second, they are well-written, and third, they...
What I’m Reading Right Now

Three Books For The Current Moment

THE CURRENT CULTURAL MOMENT IS UNSETTLING. New terms (WOKE, Critical Theory, Critical Race Theory, Postmodernism, Cisgender, etc.) come faster than we can process them. Western culture is experiencing unprecedented turmoil and upheaval. Confusion seems to abound. What...

Books To Read

Here is some recommended reading for this Summer. Why am I recommending them? First, they are interesting. Second, they are well-written, and third, they provide glimpses of God’s providence, his wider working the world at various times and places in history....

A Review of Books on the Reformation

OCT 17 WILL BE THE FIVE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY of the Protestant Reformation. Here are some books for fun Summer reading. There are too many to settle for one. Brand Luther, by Andrew Pettegree was a delightful read. In 1517, at the age of 34, Luther began publishing....