• "The Color of Compromise" by Jemar Tisby

    “Racism never goes away.” In this book, Jemar Tisby paints a picture of America’s racist history and of his vision for an America without racial inequality. His evidence is selective, his rhetoric is vivid, but what’s missing from the earliest chapters is anything resembling a good and tight argument. Beginning...


  • "How The Nations Rage" by Jonathan Leeman

    There is more political power in the gospel and in being the church than there is in electing a president, installing a Supreme Court justice, or even changing a constitution. Here’s the most important statement in this book: “Everyone is a theonomist.” (Who could have predicted at the beginning of...


  • "A Theology of Biblical Counseling" by Heath Lambert

    Heath Lambert is concerned with “establishing what God has revealed about counseling” (13). As a biblical counselor, he believes that the goal of counseling should be solving mankind’s main problems. In his view, the Bible both claims to be and is sufficient for accomplishing that. On the front end of...


  • Signs and types

    Signs and sacraments are typological. They point to a greater reality, yet they are not a barrier in receiving it. Receiving the type (sign) by faith is receiving the antitype (thing signified). Receiving and enjoying a type by faith, in the OT, was how you received and enjoyed Christ and...


  • Kingdom through Covenant

    The kingdom of God, when it comes to you, is not brought about by your feelings or beliefs. It is an objective reality. But your response tells us if you will be for or against the King when He comes. Thanks to everyone who has helped me grasp that concept...