Reviews

Abraham Booth’s The Reign of Grace

Abraham Booth’s The Reign of Grace

English minister and writer Abraham Booth is most likely not very well-known amongst the average reader. Active in ministry and authorship during the 1700s, Booth became known as a Baptist apologist for his defense, examination, and explanation of many of the Baptist distinctives called into question during his day.

Matt Chandler’s The Explicit Gospel

Matt Chandler’s The Explicit Gospel

One of the longest standing debates among evangelicals remains that over the so-called “social gospel.” That is, the largely Protestant movement that sought to apply biblical principles and ethics in order to solve the world’s gravest of social scandals, such as race, poverty, alcoholism, education, and environmental issues, to name a few.

RJ Grunewald’s Reading Romans with Luther

RJ Grunewald’s Reading Romans with Luther

I usually chuckle when preachers begin their sermons with the sentiment that their selected text is their “favorite” in the whole Bible. I chuckle because not only do I do the same thing but I also know that this is usually just a quick way to introduce the text without really introducing it.