Posts Categorized: Book Reviews

Right Thinking in a Church Gone Astray

The Master’s Seminary is pleased to announce the publication of a new book, Right Thinking in a Church Gone Astray. This volume serves as a sequel to Right Thinking in a World Gone Wrong. The book’s contributors are comprised of TMS professors and/or pastors at Grace Community Church. Here is a list of the chapters included in … read more »

The Bible Expositor’s Handbook

We are pleased to announce the release of The Bible Expositor’s Handbook by Dr. Greg Harris, Professor of Bible Exposition at The Master’s Seminary. Here is a brief description of this important work: The Bible Expositor’s Handbook of the Old Testament provides a thorough introduction to the attitudes and practices required to deeply understand the message … read more »

New Book by Professor Scott Bashoor

We are pleased to announce that B & H Academic has just released a digital edition of a new book by Prof. Scott Bashoor, Visual Outline Charts of the New Testament (VOCNT). VOCNT is a collection of 70 full color, full page charts showing the structure and content of each New Testament book. This timely … read more »

Review: Transforming Homosexuality

Book Review: Transforming Homosexuality: What the Bible Says About Sexual Orientation and Change, by Denny Burk & Heath Lambert (P & R Publishing, 2015) Perhaps no subject is more hotly debated in today’s society than the issue of homosexuality. This topic has dominated political debate and public discourse for much of the past decade, if … read more »

Review: Do More Better

Getting more done. Sigh. Bring on the low-grade guilt, memories of shipwrecked New Year’s resolutions, and the “I-am-so-lame” feeling as we watch productive people owning their to-do lists. Productivity is a huge topic and major cultural itch. A search of books on the topic in Amazon yields some 36,000 hits. And it’s not a new … read more »