Gospel Relevance

Gospel-Centered Resources For The Gospel-Driven Life

Book Blurbs (May – August 2019)

It’s time for another segment of Book Blurbs. Not every book I touch makes this list, but only the ones I want to mention. Someone asked if I’m tired of reading now that I’m done with seminary. I pray that I would always have a

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How to Read and Understand a Difficult Book

I’ve spent the past couple of years reading difficult books. Most of them have been rigorously academic. They can be tough to read, but if you learn how to read them well, there’s gold on the other side. But why read a difficult book? Why

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Top 20 Best Books I Read in Seminary

I did it — I’m officially a Master of Divinity graduate of Covenant Theological Seminary. I walked across that stage Friday of last week, and I feel honored to have been able to formally study theology at a great institution. Don’t get me wrong —

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3 New Books on Calvinism

From my finite perspective, 2019 has been a pretty good year so far for Christian books. In March and April we particularly saw a flurry of good books in part because of The Gospel Coalition conference, and the influence TGC has on both Christian readers

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Book Blurbs (January – April 2019)

1. Not the Way It’s Supposed to Be: A Breviary of Sin by Cornelius Plantinga, Jr. This is a book on hamartiology (the study of sin). It’s a really good book. At times it will turn your stomach. But it’s worth reading to give you

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