It is said that there are two kind of teachers: those who teach so their students can pass tests, and those who teach so their students learn. Peter J. Gentry, in ‘How to Read and Understand the Biblical Prophets’, is one of the latter.
As an evangelical Christian, living in England, and after hearing JD Hall recently recommend this book, and seeing that it was about the UK church, I was eager to open it and see what it said.
How do the laws given to Moses at Mount Sinai relate to Christians today? This is a topic that has caused millennia of thought, and barrels of ink to be spilled. By use of careful exposition and Biblical Theology, as well as contemporary illustration, James M. Todd III attempts to explain, as simply as possible, […]
In what has become a tradition on my blog, I hereby present my top 5 books of 2016 for your perusal. Before getting to the books though, I just wanted to answer the question “How do I come up with this list?” Well, there are a few criteria that these books meet. Primarily, these books are […]
What is Christmas all about for you? There’s good food, you get time to see family, crack out the board games etc. Well, one of my favorite festive things to do – call it a Christmas hobby – is playing Christmas music. Each and every year, I kindly play my Christmas music for all my family to […]