The book review podcast returns after a long lay off. We take a look at a Christian classic, a Dodge City history, and the Princess Bride and Philosophy
Sorry for missing some months, but you get it this month. Two books read and reviewed. One is a 2020 published book on Tombstone and the second is a book about the Reformer Pierre Viret.
I know I missed a month, but I do have a book review or two for you now. Some good history about Gilbert Tennent and from the Venerable Bede.
We examine a bevy of three books all about the same man: George Whitefield. Thomas Kidd, Harry Stout, and Stephen Mansfield all write biographies of America’s first celebrity and all their books are examined.
This month we take a look at a trio of works: The Bruised Reed, a classic Puritan work; Discipleship, a short book by 9Marks; and Toxic Charity. A little something for everyone.
We take a look at three books from different genres. One philosophy and movies, one theology, and one commentary. Hope you enjoy.
This month is a little late because this is a bigger book review. This week we are just looking at Rachel Green Miller’s book Beyond Authority and Submission. I know it is a sensitive topic, so I am a little late with it. But hopefully you find the review informative, helpful, or at least not a waste of time.
Three books in this weeks podcast. One old book on culture, but still worth a look. A book that dives into the digital media world and has some lessons for us. And one book on life in Geneva during the Reformation. Listen then go read.
On today’s episode we take a look at a new release “In Search of the Common Good” by Jake Meador and the latest season of 13 Reasons Why.
I know it is late, but I thought I had set it up to go. So here is the August book review, and maybe an article as well. I hope you enjoy.