An appeal to pragmatic results in order to justify a practice undermines the authority and sufficiency of Scripture.
This kind of thinking thinking subtly leads us into the futility of dependence on synthetic technique and the idolatry of dependence on self, culture, and business theory.
Like so many before and beside him, Simson believes we need a major reformulation of the church’s life and structure.
It appears that for Scazzero, the evidences of being a true believer are different from those of Scripture.
The church of Christ can survive both bad books and bad reviews. Perhaps in this case, it will have to survive both.
Schwarz’s low view of Scripture is also seen in his desire to place natural observations and research along side of or verifying Scripture.
This remains both the best antidote to a man-centred approach to missions and the best challenge to the Reformed community to have a heart for global evangelism.
Eswine has done us a great service by drawing together so much material on Spurgeon into one place.
Jesus the Evangelist is worth reading and recommending to others. Let me tell you why.
Guinness has done the church a favor by taking a thoughtful and serious look at doubt and providing biblical answers to tough questions.
White and Yeats offer an alternative and excellent course for our generation. Yet I wonder if we still have the ability to recognize healthy food from junk food.
“Answers can be given solely on the basis of Scripture.” That is what sets this book apart from so many modern books on missions.
You can either shape your ministry to address the needs and desires of young adults, or you can shape your prophetic challenge to the specific weaknesses of your context.
Book Review: Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament, by D. A. Carson and G. K. BealeReview by Jim Hamilton | 9Marks Journal: Church & Culture | 03.02.2010
This new commentary will establish its place among those reference works that every student and teacher of the Bible will constantly consult. There is simply nothing else like is.
Evangelism doesn’t have to be only “random,” but natural relationships can be cultivated as God-given means of witnessing.