In their recent edited volume “Baptists and the Christian Tradition”, Matthew Emerson, Christopher Morgan, and Luke Stamps, along with various contributors, argue for the good of theological retrieval and engaging the Great Tradition for the sake of strengthening Baptist beliefs.
According to Nicholas G. Piotrowski in his book ‘In All the Scriptures’, Jesus and the apostles read the Old Testament attending to the literary, historical, and theological (christological) contexts, and we should read the whole Bible the same way.
While ‘Boundaries’ has some helpful counsel, its application soon embodies the old adage “if you give a boy a hammer, the whole world becomes a nail.”
‘Embracing Complementarianism’ by Graham Beynon and Jane Tooher offers a refreshing breeze of timely wisdom to the hot debate about gender distinctions.
‘Gathered Together’ will reintroduce you to God’s glorious vision for his church and “stir you up by way of reminder.”
One day, your race will be run, pastor. Who have you trained to take the baton?
Through many dangers, toils, and snares, pastors need a constant reminder that Jesus is enough.
Chan’s ‘Until Unity’ appeals for Christians to be united.
Pastors aren’t often trained to live well, think well, or help others do the same regarding the challenging decisions of life. W. Ross Hastings recognizes these problems and has written an excellent book to help remedy them.
“The Wolf in Their Pockets” is full of wisdom for weary pastors who are wondering how to start these vital conversations in their communities about the role social media and technology play in the lives of their people.
“Association” is unique in the way it presents a deeply biblical vision for autonomous congregations working with each other.
‘The Shepherd’s Toolbox’ gives practical counsel for “obstacles facing those who are committed to shepherding their flocks.”
Carson’s book is an indispensable resource for the task of exegesis that stands the test of time.
Miller mounts a convincing case that we really should be praying more and differently, and offers all kinds of pathways into change, which is a deeply valuable contribution.