Book Review: Sunday Matters, by Paul David Tripp

Review by Mark Redfern | 05.06.2024

The Bible assumes that Christians will need encouragement to go to church.

Book Review: The Pastor, by Faculty and Friends of Old Princeton

Review by Bert Daniel | 04.25.2024

‘The Pastor: His Call, Character, and Work’ by the faculty and friends of “Old” Princeton is full of biblical reflection and practical wisdom that would benefit any pastor and especially the young, aspiring minister.

Book Review: The Church, by Edmund P. Clowney

Review by Ben Robin | 04.11.2024

‘The Church’ represents the consummate career of a preeminent pastor-theologian.

Book Review: The Book of Church Order, by the PCA

Review by Andrew Morgan | 02.23.2024

The 2022 edition of The Book of Church Order of the Presbyterian Church in America (BCO) reflects the denomination’s rich history of biblically informed and theologically reformed church governance.

Book Review: The Pastor and the Modern World, by William Edgar, R. Kent Hughes & Alfred Poirier

Review by Scott Daniel | 02.20.2024

We’ve been served well by this set of three essays, originally lectures, delivered by William Edgar, R. Kent Hughes, and Alfred Poirier.

Reviewing Four Books on Evangelism and Apologetics

Review by J. Mack Stiles | 02.14.2024

Mack Stiles reviews the four books that were up for TGC’s best Evangelism & Apologetics title of 2022.

Book Review: Life Together, by Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Review by Brad Littlejohn | 01.16.2024

Whatever may be happening in the world around us, Bonhoeffer reminds that the day-to-day burdens and conflicts of Christian community should remain our top priority.

Book Review: The Great Dechurching, by Jim Davis & Michael Graham

Review by Michael Lawrence | 01.02.2024

The solution to the great dechurching of America isn’t better techniques or a different gospel. It’s healthy churches.

Book Review: Baptists in the Christian Tradition

Review by Jeremy Kimble | 9Marks Journal: Catholicity | 11.27.2023

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.

Book Review: In All the Scriptures, by Nicholas G. Piotrowski

Review by Jonathan Parnell | 11.15.2023

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.

Book Review: Boundaries, by Henry Cloud & John Townsend

Review by Bob Johnson | 11.10.2023

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.”

Book Review: Embracing Complementarianism, by Graham Beynon & Jane Tooher

By E. Wheeler, J. Manley | 11.02.2023

‘Embracing Complementarianism’ by Graham Beynon and Jane Tooher offers a refreshing breeze of timely wisdom to the hot debate about gender distinctions.

Book Review: Gathered Together, by Karl Deenick

Review by Mark Redfern | 10.20.2023

‘Gathered Together’ will reintroduce you to God’s glorious vision for his church and “stir you up by way of reminder.”

Book Review: Passing the Baton, by Jeremy Walker

Review by Brad Franklin | 10.16.2023

One day, your race will be run, pastor. Who have you trained to take the baton?

Book Review: Pastor, Jesus Is Enough, by Jeremy Writebol

Review by Benjamin Vrbicek | 10.12.2023

Through many dangers, toils, and snares, pastors need a constant reminder that Jesus is enough.