Book review for David F. Wells, The Courage to Be Protestant: Reformation Faith in Today’s World, 2nd edition. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans Publishing, 2017. Summary: Last Shepherds’ Conference (2020) I picked this book up on my way out the bookstore. I figured I’d give it a read and I am grateful that I was given the opportunity to … More Book Review: “The Courage to Be Protestant: Reformation Faith in Today’s World” by David F. Wells
What we see is not always what we get. In reading Robin A. Leaver’s book, The Whole Church Sings: Congregational Singing in Luther’s Wittenberg that is how I felt about Martin Luther. I always imagined him to be a brash, impatient, and rigid figure. Mostly due to how he is characterized by others and while I’m … More Luther & Singing Scripture
This may be an older video, but it made its way to the apologist James White and he decided to comment on it during his program. The first video is a statement from popular Talbot professor Willian Lane Craig on Roman Catholicism and whether or not practicing Roman Catholics can be considered as another denomination, even though … More Is Roman Catholicism Just Another Denomination?
The following is my review for David W. Saxton’s book, God’s Battle Plan for the Mind: The Puritan Practice of Biblical Meditation (Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2015). The goal of this book is, “to convince God’s people of the absolute necessity of personal meditation. This book will motivate the believer to begin this work; teach … More Book Review, “God’s Battle Plan for the Mind” by David W. Saxton