Category Archives: Book Reviews

Last Call!!

I will be “cutting off the comments on the two-part interview (Part 1 Part 2) with Dr. Sills on his new book The Missionary Call.  The deadline to enter a question that will be eligible for the drawing for an … Continue reading

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Link: Review of Doctrine that Dances

Dr. Roger Duke, SBTS alumnus, has written a review of Doctrine that Dances. I’ve heard several people excited about this book, so I thought I’d link the review. He concludes: If you have not gotten it by now, I love … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Missionary Call by M. David Sills

Sills, M. David. The Missionary Call: Find Your Place in God’s Plan For the World. Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2008. 246 pp. $13.99. Introduction and Background Dr. Sills is the A. P. and Faye Stone Professor of Christian Missions and Cultural … Continue reading

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The Letters of Samuel Rutherford

The Loveliness of Christ ($14.00) This was originally going to be a book review on The Loveliness of Christ, the new soft, red-covered edition pictured to the left.  However, as I read this book, I realized that no review would … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lloyd-Jones, Messenger of Grace by Iain H. Murray

Murray, Ian H.  Lloyd-Jones, Messenger of Grace.  Edinburgh:  The Banner of Truth Trust, 2008.  267 pp.  $28.00 Iain Murray really needs no introduction to most readers here at Said, but in case you are new to the area, I would … Continue reading

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Book Review: What is a Healthy Church Member? by Thabiti M. Anyabwile

Anyabwile, Thabiti M.  What is a Healthy Church Member.  Wheaton:  Crossway Books, 2008.  117 pp.  $12.99. I would consider this book to be the third book in an ongoing series about a healthy church from IX Marks ministry located in … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Life of John Newton by Josiah Bull

Bull, Josiah.  The Life of John Newton.  Edinburgh:  Banner of Truth Trust, reset edition 2007.  322pp. $14.00. Buy From Westminster Bookstore As best I can tell, Josiah Bull only wrote this biography of John Newton and edited another book entitled … Continue reading

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