Reading Historical Books

Reading the part of the Bible called the Historical Books can often seem like a strange task. This book is an attempt to help students and serious lay-persons understand how to get the most out of these books in Scripture. Suppositions of Reading the Historical Books Here is an excerpt from a review that I… Read More


Transformational Discipleship Gieger/Kelly/Nation 2012   This book is a collaborative effort that relies on research done by the lifeway research team and the pew organization. The describe discipleship as something which occurs in various levels, and to various degrees. They look for a “sweet spot” which is visualized as the intersection of three circles on… Read More


A Brief History of Old Testament Criticism: From Benedict Spinoza to Brevard Childs is written by Mark S. Gignilliat. He is Associate Professor of Divinity (Old Testament) at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama. He has taught Hebrew, Old Testament, and Biblical Theology at Beeson since 2005. Summary of A Brief History of Old Testament… Read More


E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber, 1995 This book argues that every business owner should treat their business as a prototype for a franchise – no matter how small the business is. The book makes its case in very convincing fashion. It uses storytelling to frame all the different parts of his book together into… Read More


Its the sort of argumentation that if it occurred in a professional paper, it would be labeled “bad logic”. … Read More


The book is not very palatable to those of conservative persuasions. Yet, he honestly struggles with and posits a solution to the idea of pseudonymity and the authority of canon.… Read More