Author Archives: Jason Isaacs

Review of “The Third Jihad”

By: Michael Youssef Published: 2019 Does radical Islam pose a threat to the West? That is the question that Michael Youssef, founder and president of Leading the Way, examines in his book The Third Jihad. His was raised in the … Continue reading

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A Review of “Theology, Church, and Ministry: Handbook for Theological Education”

Published: 2017 What do you know about your pastor’s theological training? What does a seminary teach–preaching, Biblical interpretation, languages, administration, counseling? In Theology, Church, and Ministry, 22 contributors provide an overview of topics in contemporary theological education as well as … Continue reading

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A Review of “Make Your Voice Heard in Heaven”

Published: 2018 In Make Your Voice Heard in Heaven, Barry C. Black shares about the power prayer has played during his time as chaplain of the United States Senate. He delivered the keynote address at the 2017 National Prayer Breakfast … Continue reading

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A Review of “Stones of Remembrance: Healing Scriptures for Your Mind, Body, and Soul”

Published: 2017 Dr. Daniel Amen is the author of Memory Rescue, described by Tyndale House Publishers as a book that details how “a multipronged strategy—including dietary changes, physical and mental exercises, and spiritual practices—can improve your brain health, enhance your … Continue reading

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A Review of “Bearing Fruit: What Happens When God’s People Grow”

Published: 2017 “A Christian can’t grow himself; however, he can put himself in an environment for spiritual growth. When that happens, God brings forth fruit.” This simple message resonates throughout Robby Gallaty’s latest book, Bearing Fruit. As the third book … Continue reading

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Review of “The Other Side of Infamy: My Journey through Pearl Harbor and the World of War”

Published: 2016 By: Jim Downing and James Lund Each of us is a character in the stories shared amongst friends and families. We are part of the story of our family, of our nation’s history, and of God’s work in … Continue reading

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Bill Delvaux’s “Divided: When the Head and Heart Don’t Agree”

Published: 2015 By: Bill Delvaux Bill Delvaux has written a book that cuts to the core of many of our spiritual challenges—the gulf between knowing and doing, knowing and being known, rightly thinking and truly valuing—the division of the head … Continue reading

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A.D. The Bible Continues: The Book of Acts

Published: 2015 The Book of Acts is the historical account of the early Church, beginning with Jesus’ ascension and ending with Paul being taken to Rome. A.D. The Bible Continues is a book containing the Book of Acts and is intended … Continue reading

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“Mindsharing: The Art of Crowdsourcing Everything”

By: Lior Zoref Published: 2015 Author Lior Zoref has written a book about Mindsharing. Wait–Mindsharing? Is this a book about mind melding? No. Is it about allowing a group consensus or “conscious” make a decision? No. What in the world … Continue reading

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Review of “Living Clay: Experiencing a Beautiful Life in the Master’s Hands”

  By: Keith Missel Published: 2016 Sometimes what seems like a simple metaphor in Scripture turns into a beautiful picture of God’s love for us. The imagery of the potter and the clay is a perfect example. Understanding that God … Continue reading

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Jonah Goldberg on Clichés and Liberal Ideology

Definitely worth watching: Jonah Goldberg discusses his books and conservative politics with Young Americans for Freedom at the University of Michigan. “What it boils down to is if liberals have to make heroes out of themselves, then they have to … Continue reading

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Review of “Jesus on Trial: A Lawyer Affirms the Truth of the Gospel”

By: David Limbaugh Published: 2014 “I have long admired David Limbaugh for tackling difficult issues in the media and public square. While his public persona as a lawyer sometimes invites critical scrutiny, I have seen his tender heart and winsome … Continue reading

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