Jacob Cerone provides a thorough summary and review.
One great comment: There are many reasons to read this book. Personally, I found myself several times closing the book to pray and give thanks and ponder the words I’d just read—how fitting: a book on prayer that prompts the reader to prayer and reflection. … Read more at the Bowden Blog.
The link: Why Christians Should Be Involved in Creation Care Why link to a post on another publisher’s blog? Primarily because, as a small publisher, we realize there are many good books out there, and I would suggest the subject of this post is one of them. But secondarily, because other publishers will offer books…
Black Tuesday again saw the discussion of the book Why Four Gospels? at Near Emmaus, and it's getting interesting. Ever since Energion release the second of this book, I've been hoping to see just this kind of critical response. Generating serious discussion is, I believe, far more important than convincing someone of a particular argument….
Joel Watts, at Unsettled Christianity, has posted a very nice interview with Energion author and editor Allan R. Bevere. A great deal of the interview centers around Allan’s book The Politics of Witness. A good takeaway: In the end, what matters most for the world is not who is in the White House and which…
This post is just to call attention to an older one about this wonderful little book. If you’re dealing with the impact of the Holy Spirit, and sometimes other spirits in your church, this book will help you learn to discern your way through the excitement! Holy Smoke! Unholy Fire! from Threads from Henry’s Web.