Category Archives: Books

Thoughts from a Book

I’ve been thoroughly enjoying Sinclair Ferguson’s book: By Grace Alone: How the Grace of God Amazes Me.  This has been a healthy December read and I commend it greatly to you.  He has a number of poignant quotes throughout the … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

One of the elements of the spring and summer that I loathe is the lack of time I can dedicate to reading.  Fall and winter bring a refreshing change to the schedule.  This fall, I’ve been reading a couple of … Continue reading

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For or Against?

Provocative questions usually lead to at minimum thought, but usually an emotional “pendulum swinging” reaction.  I was reminded of this by a brother/pastor who brought up such a provocative question in David Kinnaman’s book: “UnChristian”. (ironically, this same topic was … Continue reading

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Vacation coming up …what shall I read.

With vacation looming ever so brilliantly on the horizon, my reading takes a change from academic and deep to the rich and devotional.  This vacation I have two books that I’m going to read/re-read.  The first is a little book … Continue reading

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Commentaries and Thoughts for I Peter

For those that attend North Country and those that read last Monday’s post, you know that I am beginning a series through the book of I Peter on Sunday mornings at our church.  Here’s a list of commentaries that I … Continue reading

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