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Book Review: Old Light on New Worship

by Bryant Evans on January 24, 2013

Sometimes a book comes along that ought to be read by every Christian. Old Light on New Worship is such a volume. Author John Price, a Reformed Baptist minister penned Old Light in 2005. It generated controversy in some quarters but was welcomed in others as very serious study of the role of mechanical instruments of music in […]

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Book Review: The Road to Grace

by Bryant Evans on September 26, 2012

The Road to Grace; Finding True Freedom from the Bondage of Sexual Addiction not surprisingly, is a story of a journey. Author Mike Genung was a sexual addict who struggled to find answers and release from his troubles. He records the ups and downs in this 2006 volume from Blazing Grace Publishing of Colorado Springs, […]

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Book Review: Radical by David Platt

by Bryant Evans on May 11, 2011

Radical proves that dynamite comes in small packages. David Platt’s little book is but 240 pages but packs a wallop when it comes to living the Christian life. I don’t recall how it was I came across Radical but it was a breath of fresh air. There is no complicated theology to wade through. You […]

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Book Review: Touchdown! by Kevin Elko

by Bryant Evans on August 2, 2010

I promised last week that I would share some thoughts on Touchdown!: Achieving Your Greatness on the Playing Field of Business (and Life) by sports psychologist Dr. Kevin Elko. I’ve finished the book and can offer an opinion or two. Kevin Elko is in the business of helping athletes and business leaders achieve their best […]

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C.S. Lewis is a well known author who has penned many classic volumes on the subject of Christianity and Christian living. “The Case for Christianity” is perhaps his shortest book and is a very easy read. It is a nice introduction to this author as well as a pleasing read of the thoughts that flow […]

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