Recommended by Tim Challies.
An enjoyable and informative read, focusing more on the family than the brew itself.
Not recommended by James Anderson.
An irenic but ultimately unsatisfying attempt to reconcile evangelical theology with evolutionary theory.
A fine biblical theology of social action somewhat compromised by a tangential interview section.
Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.
A call to Christian women to live wisely, not relative to other women, but resolutely biblically.
Recommended by Chad Vandervalk.
A hard-hitting, pull-no-punches, critical and challenging look at what ails youth ministry today.
Recommended by Mark Tubbs.
Brings the poverty and scarcity of the Western hemisphere's poorest nation front and center. Warning: some shocking material.
Recommended by Trevin Wax.
An intruging study of European versus American worldviews, even if you disagree with some of Rifkin's stances.
Recommended by Bob Kellemen.
Sure to be a controversial book on modern political theory (in particular "just war" theory) from a biblical perspective.
A look at the politicization of the abortion debate in the past, present, and future.
Well-researched and accessible, this is a must-read about this controversial topic.
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