Reviews by Adam Clarke
On 6/6 Adam Clarke wrote: The book centres itself at least in my perspective around the term “shalom.” Chris Seay uses this term to describe this state of restored relationship with God and with those around us. For the author are all called to live in and embrace others in shalom and help others find shalom in their own ... A Good Personal Challenge
On 9/21 Adam Clarke wrote: I felt that this resource would underestimate the comprehension levels of junior high students and therefore send them the message that they are not ready to dive into the complexity of living out their faith in their everyday lives. Media screams at them everyday about how they should live their life, ... Good for kids, not Jr. High
On 3/30 Adam Clarke wrote: The Chronological Guide to the Bible: Explore God’s Word in Historical Order, is a lengthy title, but one word needs to stand out to you: History. The text located within the pages of this guide is dripping with the historical context often lost when reading the Bible in its present format. Pick this ... Clearer, more historical and a deeper understanding to God’s meta-narrative.
On 3/3 Adam Clarke wrote: The title is a mouthful... “The Vertical Self: How Biblical Faith Can Help Us Discover Who We Are In An Age Of Self Obsession” ...but if you can look past the length, the title gives away some great insight. First, Mark Sayers is going to base everything he says biblically, faithfully and with ... The Vertical Self by Mark Sayers
On 2/10 Adam Clarke wrote: To be honest, when I saw The Search for God and Guinness on Thomas Nelson’s Book Sneeze program, I was a little skeptical. I had no idea the social impact that the Guinness family had on society, nor did I know the strong moral code their company would portray to, first, the people of Dublin and eventually, ... The Search for God and Guinness by Stephen Mansfield