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Man Enough

Man Enough

On 3/1 Taylor Murray wrote: Nate Pyle’s Man Enough is an important book. In this volume, he rightly observes that there is a constant pressure on men within our churches to be “manly.” We derive this from our culture’s definition of manhood: an image of BBQ-grilling, sports-loving, car-fixing men. Men fear being anything ... BOOK REVIEW: MAN ENOUGH BY NATE PYLE

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5 Stars

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Tables in the Wilderness

Tables in the Wilderness

On 9/22 Taylor Murray wrote: In Tables in the Wilderness, Preston Yancy writes about his figurative walk through the desert (biblical motif, indeed!). As someone who is currently working through what my wife has called, “the desert years,” this book comes at an important time for us. Not long ago, we moved to a place where ... BOOK REVIEW: TABLES IN THE WILDERNESS

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4 Stars

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The Printer and the Preacher

The Printer and the Preacher

On 9/13 Taylor Murray wrote: Prior to the American War for Independence, there was a different kind of “war” that swept across the nation. Specifically, a Protestant “war for souls” became the bedrock of American culture, as the Great Awakening of the 1740s spread throughout the colonies. Perhaps no figure is more prominent ... BOOK REVIEW: THE PRINTER AND THE PREACHER

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5 Stars

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The Book of Revelation Made Clear

The Book of Revelation Made Clear

On 7/29 Taylor Murray wrote: What do you get when you cross an author of fiction with the Guinness Record holder for crosswords? You get a suspiciously casual book entitled, The Book of Revelation Made Clear. Admittedly, I am always quite weary of books that are about Revelation. I think this is with good reason: it is a truly ... BOOK REVIEW: THE BOOK OF REVELATION MADE CLEAR

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1 Stars

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