Reviews by Adam
On 7/23 Adam wrote: A father in the home is slowly becoming a minority. This sad tragedy can be attributed to several things: high divorce rate, people having children out of wedlock, feminism, crime, poverty, and even the church. In an age characterized by the absence of father figures, Wilson calls for men to step-up ... A Much Needed book for Fathers
On 4/4 Adam wrote: In Mark and Grace Driscoll’s Real Marriage the authors look into the rearview mirror at their relationship. The Driscoll’s examine both successes and failures that they have experienced within their marriage. The book has both times of intimacy and steamy moments. This book does not seek out to show ... Incredible Book!!
On 12/6 Adam wrote: Word Biblical Commentary By David Clines Job38-42 Several years ago my roommate talked me into buying the New Testament Series of the Word Biblical Commentaries. I was a little hesitant at first, but finally submitted to his guidance. Since then I would have to say, that there has never been a time ... Top Notch Commentary
On 11/1 Adam wrote: In Billy Graham’s Nearing Home addresses issues that come along with age. From the death of his wife, to numbering our days Graham addresses many issues which young people never think about. At age 92 Billy Graham is continuing his ministry, through writing what may be a final memoir. Graham offers ... A challenge to all who are nearing home
On 10/26 Adam wrote: Book Review of Peter Leithart’s Fyodor Dostoevsky Before reading Peter Leithart’s work on Fyodor Dostoevsky I will have to say that I did not know much about him. My only acquaintance with Dostoevsky comes from two very good friends of mine’s discussion of Brothers Karamazov. Apart from these ... Incredible Book and Writing Style
On 8/15 Adam wrote: In Alistair McGrath’s Why God Won’t Go Away, McGrath examines the current arguments of the “New Atheist” movement. McGrath gives a thorough history of the “New Atheist” movement, including background of the “Four Horsemen.” McGrath explains the key/defining works of the NA movement and ... A History of the Atheist Movement from A Scientist
On 4/25 Adam wrote: Were Barbarians Civilized? Erwin McManus in his Unleased or The Barbarian Way (updated version) seeks to critique the problem of stagnate, non-missional, unorthodox Christianity, by providing a new outlook in hopes of alleviating this ongoing problem. McManus calls for Christians to return to the Barbarian ... Were Barbarians Civilized?
On 4/18 Adam wrote: Book Review: Max on Life by Max Lucado Did Max miss the mark? Max Lucado in Max on Life seeks to answer questions proposed to him that deal with everyday life. Many of the questions/answers are very repetitious and often times make you feel like he has just reworded the exact same response/question. ... Did Max miss the mark?
On 3/23 Adam wrote: Thank You, God, For Mommy By Amy Parker Book Review Thank You, God, For Mommy is a book written for infants. The book is extremely short, but this does not take away from its quality. The book is a short rhyme, which helps introduce infants to pray. The prayers are focused towards their mother ... Great Children's Book
On 1/27 Adam wrote: When I had the opportunity to read and review this book I have to admit I was kind of excited. I haven’t read anything by Mclaren, but I have heard a great deal about him. Most of the stuff that I have heard about him has been negative. After everything that I have heard most would wonder why I would ... Bad Theology, But Some Good Practicology
On 12/14 Adam wrote: On This Day in Christian History Robert Morgan's On This Day in Christian History is a great tool for those looking for a simple introdution to church history. Morgan's book sets out to show something significant that occurred in church history every single day of the year and does this in ... Great intro to Church history and simple devotion