Articles tagged with: Book Review
Stop Explaining, Start Proclaiming
The problem of God’s justice in Love Wins
Reflections from a campus pastor, Greg Michael
A more appropriate title might have been Hell is Hyperbole: What God wants, God gets.
A Christian Father’s Sincere Love, and a Deeply-Flawed Understanding of Salvation.
May 21 has come and gone, we’re all still here. But “the end times” and what will happen to us when either the or our end comes is still on the minds of many. Two …
Dr. James Brauer and Dr. Kent Burreson review (full text): “Fostering Unity Without Imposing Uniformity”: A Review of Evangelical Lutheran Worship. Pew Edition. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 2006. 1248 pages. Cloth. $20.00.
Timothy Maschke reviews GETTING READY FOR THE NEW LIFE: FACING ILLNESS OR DEATH WITH THE WORD AND PRAYERS. Lutheran Voices series. By Richard F. Bansemer. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 2004. 83 pages. Paper. $9.99.
Timothy Maschke reviews DON’T TELL ME THAT! Martin Luther’s Antinomian Theses. Translated by Paul Strawn. Minneapolis: Lutheran Press, 2004. 78 pages. Paper. $5.50.
Thomas Trapp reviews THE GOSPEL OF MARK. A Commentary. By Francis J. Moloney. Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson, 2002. Pp. xviii + 398. Hardcover $29.95