Recommended by Trevin Wax.
While it doesn't make any contribution to the discussion over the Historical Jesus, this book does lay out the main views quite helpfully.
Recommended by John Bird.
In his inimitable style, Carson returns us to where we must forever dwell theologically: Christ's cross and resurrection.
Using a little-known but powerful hymn, Ferguson presents the gospel of the grace of God simply yet thoroughly.
Recommended by Mark Tubbs.
An accessible, clear, and worshipful presentation of God as Trinity in less than 100 pages.
A good resource on the two opposing views of baptism, made more intriguing by a third way of 'freedom.'
Profoundly thought-provoking, with much to offer, but ultimately unconvincing.
Recommended by Tim Challies.
Reminds the reader of the place of the Holy Spirit in personal and corporate Christian experience.
An academic book on revelation and worldview from an excellent scholar and communicator.
Well-researched and accessible, this is a must-read about this controversial topic.
A contemporary presentation of the Jesus portrayed in the Bible.
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