Volume 28, Issue 7, October 2022 “If we change our eschatology, we will change the world — and take dominion of it for the glory of God. That is the single most important task in all of Christendom second only to spreading the gospel.” So says Andrew Torba and Andrew Isker in Christian Nationalism. Doug Wilson endorses this book, writing, “If you want to know more about Christian Nationalism, this book is for you. You will be getting your info from the horse’s mouth.” It needs to be understood that Torba’s, Isker’s, and Wilson’s definition of Christian Nationalism is different from the broader description as expressed in the previous article on this subject. These men see its adherents as Christians who want to protect their
Matthew Mullins is a professor of English and history of ideas at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and this book reflects his literary background and expertise. He believes that many do
A History of Contemporary Praise & Worship, Understanding the Ideas that Reshaped the Protestant Church
The stated purpose of this informative book is that it is “a history of how two liturgical theologies—two ideas—reshaped Protestant worship in the second half of the twentieth century” (p.
Doug Wilson, endorsing this book written by the founder of gab.com, a free speech social network, and his associate, writes, “If you want to know more about Christian Nationalism, this
In this insightful book, Michael Reeves, president and professor of theology at Union School of Theology in the United Kingdom, tackles the complicated and often misunderstood topic of the fear
Historian and researcher Crawford Gribben states his purpose clearly: “This book describes a migration into the Pacific Northwest of religious and political conservatives, among whom and from whom the claims
Chris Anderson, a composer of over 50 hymns, has put his philosophy of Christian music in this extremely valuable book. His stated goal is “to consider what Scripture says about
Non-Fiction In the world
Jim Hollingsworth is a retired building contractor who has obviously devoted much time and energy to researching the issue of climate change. He does not
The Pleasures of Reading, in short, is a pleasure – if you love to read. Alan Jacobs is a professor of English at Wheaton College,
Andrew Whitehead and Samuel Perry are both professors of sociology at respected American universities. This co-authored volume reflects their scholarship and painstaking research on the
White Fragility is one of the most popular books spreading the worldview of Critical Race Theory and reshaping Western thought concerning racism. DiAngelo’s thesis is
Syndicated columnist, Diana West, has written a hard-hitting book to proclaim, and document, that Western societies are coming apart at the seams because adults have
Non-Fiction In The World
Volume 28, Issue 1, January 2022 While debates concerning the nature of God can be traced throughout church history, often resulting in creeds such as Nicene (381), which established a standard of theological orthodoxy, battle lines in recent years have been drawn over the issue of submission of the Son
(Volume 25, Issue 6, November 2019) Without question, the Trinity is one of the most complicated, mysterious and difficult doctrines for God’s people to comprehend.
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