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Jesus, Continued…

Jesus, Continued…

On 12/24 Mathew wrote: Jesus Continued is not a developed theology of the Holy Spirit, but is instead a practical guide to experiencing the Holy Spirit. Books on the Holy Spirit are few and far between, but those that exist either focus on a theological exposition of the doctrine of the Holy Spirit or on experiences and manifestations ... How to Experience the Holy Spirit

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4 Stars

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The Extravagant Fool

The Extravagant Fool

On 10/20 Mathew wrote: The Extravagant Fool is an inspirational story of how one man went from being a worldly fool to a sold-out fool for God. However, as inspirational as this work is, there are serious theological concerns that undergird the author's fall from the height of financial success and subsequent rise ... Review: The Extravagant Fool

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3 Stars

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Game Changer

Game Changer

On 10/14 Mathew wrote: Washington Redskins quarterback, Kirk Cousins, throws his hat in the pile of influential Christian athletes with his first book, Game Changer. In Game Changer, Kirk Cousins tells his life-story and shares what it is like to live as a Christian in the NFL. Cousins not only focuses on his own life, but ... Review: Game Changer

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4 Stars

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Yawning at Tigers

Yawning at Tigers

On 6/23 Mathew wrote: In Yawning at Tigers, Drew Dyck, managing editor of Christianity Today’s Leadership Journal, has approached this false dichotomy between divine holiness and divine love by piercing the heart of American Christianity. Readers will leave both convicted and comforted as they encounter a fierce God on ... Yawning at Tigers--A Review

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4 Stars

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Know the Heretics

Know the Heretics

On 6/2 Mathew wrote: Justin Holcomb introduces twelve major heresies that challenged the apostolic tradition of the church. He shows how each heretical position was not merely doctrinal disagreement, but an attack on apostolic testimony and orthodox confession of the being of God, the relationship within the Godhead, and the way of salvation... "Know the Heretics" by Justin Holcomb--A Review

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5 Stars

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