In The Doctrine of Scripture, Mark Thompson delivers a clear and edifying exposition of the Bible as God's own self-attesting word.
Category: Book Reviews
Teleioteti book reviews interact with contemporary or relevant literature. A book review on Teleioteti attempts to promote what is biblical and helpful for God’s people and caution against or call into question books that are ambiguious or even harmful for God’s people. Some of our reviews are present a traditional summary and evaluation, others present a focused critique or response. Objectivity is not a goal of Teleioteti; faithfulness to God as He has revealed himself in the Bible is.
The Vine and the Trellis is a compelling call to person-centred ministry and investment in the identification and training of leaders.
Better Together has many helpful things to say about church mergers but is significantly weakened by a lack of theological depth.
Thinking through Creation is a tremendous example of Christian intellectual engagement with contemporary culture, of "cultural critique."
The Two Kingdoms is a helpful corrective to history of Two Kingdoms theology but fails to commend the doctrine.