WTS Books Amazon.ca Amazon.com Reformers.com.au Emotions are notoriously difficult. Many Christians are unsure of what to do with their own emotions and those of others. Many find themselves at the extremes of either accepting the intuitive authority of their emotions or dismissing any meaningful role for emotions in the Christian life. J. Alasdair Groves and … Continue reading Review of Untangling Emotions
The Serpent and the Serpent Slayer is a helpful exposition of an important Biblical theme, the Serpent and the offspring who crushes him.
Bringing together his previous work, Douglas Wilson argues for the Classical Christian approach to education. However, it is ineffective towards this end.
Gene Veith offers a helpful guide to Western culture over the past 20 years, showing how Christianity has answers to some of its most urgent issues.
For many students of the Bible, learning the Bible languages is an unfortunate trial on the way to a degree. But a few of us take seriously Luther’s claim that “we shall not long preserve the Gospel without languages. Languages are the sheath in which this sword of the Spirit is contained. They are the case … Continue reading A Review of Hebrew and Greek Reader’s Bibles