Book Review — The Trinity and the Covenant of Redemption

The Trinity and the Covenant of Redemption by J. V. Fesko, 414 pages. Publisher: Mentor. Overview Rating: 4/5. The main point: The gospel was always the triune God’s plan ‘A’ for the salvation of sinners. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit made a covenant in eternity past to redeem sinners. This should drive believers to … Read more

Guest Book Review of Before the Throne

Before the Throne: Reflections on God’s Holiness is scheduled to print Spring 2019. Dr. David Steele, who also reviewed From Death to Life, graciously agreed to write a review for my new book. I thought I’d share it in hopes of building a bit of anticipation and to show you some of the heart behind this work. As … Read more

From Death to Life – Another Guest Review

Grateful to put up another review of From Death to Life: How Salvation Works. This one comes from Jeffrey Perry from Landis, NC. Jeffrey led his youth group through a study on this book and has graciously shared his insight below. I asked him to share because I really think this book is useful for men’s … Read more

Book Review – A Biblical Theological Introduction to the Old Testament: The Gospel Promised

A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old Testament: The Gospel Promisedby Miles V. Van Pelt. 601 pgs. (Publisher: Crossway) Overview What was God’s intention in giving us the Old Testament Scriptures? Is there one big idea or many themes to be found in the Old Testament? Is “Old Testament” even an appropriate term? In A Biblical-Theological … Read more

Surplus – A Book Review

I had the joy recently to read a new book by Bryan Elliff entitled Surplus: Fearless Generosity in 2 Corinthians 8-9. This is Book 1 in a new series of books called the Bristol Series coming out from Christian Communicators Worldwide (CCW). Disclaimer I know Bryan Elliff personally. I don’t know him as well as I would … Read more

Nine Day Queen of England – Book Review

In October of 2018, I took our church through a Sunday Night Series entitled “Church History Profiles.” We looked at various people of the Reformation and sought to explain their significance and how we might learn from them. As an aside, I think this is something I will try to do every year. I think the … Read more

From Death to Life Review (Guest Post)

I am grateful to my Twitter friend, @PJ_Mills15. for writing this review of the book and small group curriculum for From Death to Life! We had the opportunity to meet at the 2018 G3 Conference. For all the headache Twitter can bring, it has also brought about many wonderful connections for me. P.J.’s thoughts on the … Read more

Review: John Huss, The Goose

“Before Martin Luther there was John Huss, the Bohemian Goose whose gospel preaching set his country on fire. Huss was an early Reformer who was given the incomparable privilege of sealing his testimony with his own blood. His enemies seemed to triumph, but the joke was on them. Enjoy this modern telling of the captivating … Read more