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Portrait of Karl Barth | Review – Biography

June 2, 2011 by

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Part 1 – Casalis begins by setting forth the widespread impact that Barth has had on the theological community. He also tries to show how, although part of the Reformed church, his works were not defending his niche but were for all Christianity. He also gives some samples of Barth’s work to show his values. […]

Portrait of Karl Barth | Review – Intro

April 21, 2011 by

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I have finally finished the introduction to the biography of Karl Barth. The reason I picked up this little book is because several of the other books I am reading reference Barth, positively and negatively, and I felt that my limited knowledge of him (basically the pronunciation of his last name) necessitated that I learn […]

Jesus Driven Ministry- Chapters pt. 1

February 24, 2011 by

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Ajith Fernando’s book has been a great encouragement and challenge to me in ministry. As I look at each chapter I will summarize, give some high points, and my insights. There is so much great content in this book that to do it justice I would end up retyping entire chapters. I would strongly encourage […]

Eat this Book – Preface + Chapter 1

February 23, 2011 by

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If you aren’t sure what’s going on right now let me direct you to this post. Preface – Peterson gives an account of their grandson miming reading a new testament (he can’t read yet). But the manner in which he tried gave birth to the idea of the necessity of a book like the one […]

Review – Jesus Driven Ministry

February 23, 2011 by

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I would recommend this book highly to those just starting in ministry... and for those who have been serving for a long time

Daily book Reviews

February 10, 2011 by

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Recently I realized how many books I’m reading right now, it’s more than is probably necessary. So I decided to do an episodic (as I read) review for each of them. Here are the titles and my expectations of each book as I begin reading them. [ed. 2/10/11 1:59pm] (previously| what I think they are […]