Reviews

Very Man: Two good books on seeing Jesus

Stephen Noll reviews The Jesus We Missed by Patrick Henry Reardon and Jesus Becoming Jesus by Thomas G. Weinandy Twenty years ago, I gave a lecture titled “Seeing Jesus:...

Prager’s Rational Bible – inspiration sprinkled with gold dust

Jules Gomes reviews Dennis Prager’s commentary The Rational Bible: Exodus – God, Slavery, and Freedom I was not expecting a miracle on Easter Monday. Certainly not in...

Review: Happiness in This Life: A Passionate Meditation on Earthly Existence by Pope Francis

Gavin Ashenden directs his gimlet eye towards Francis's writings on the pursuit of happiness  Pope Francis and Jordan Peterson, the recently You Tube famous Professor of...

Is gay adoption wrong? The children say Yes

Jules Gomes reports on findings published in Jephthah's Children that the rosy picture painted by gay activists and adoption is not true. Hollywood did not...

Review: The Unnecessary Pastor

In Marva Dawn and Eugene Peterson’s book The Unnecessary Pastor, we are given an insight into the plight of contemporary pastoral leadership.  Originally, the...

Review: Life and Labours of Paul by Reg Piper

As it stands, this accessible, warm and encouraging short volume (110 pages) would be an excellent basis for a personal or parish study program...

Review: The Importance of Peter in Earliest Christianity

Glenn Davies reviews Paul Barnett's historical study of Simon Peter This year has seen two books published from the hand of Bishop Paul Barnett, my...

Review: Journeys in Grace and Truth

Thomas Creedy looks at the arguments put forward in support of same-sex marriage and finds them lacking While I've not met Jayne in real life,...

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Tennessee pastoral statement on marriage

A pastoral letter to the diocese of Tennessee from the Rt. Rev. John Bauerschmidt, 3 Jan 2019 Preface: There...