Let’s be honest, I’ve barely reviewed anything yet. Whenever I sit down to actually review something, I get distracted by a book I still haven’t read yet. Hopefully this section will have more to it soon. Also, it will probably include links to book, movie, or album reviews I have found beneficial. Keep your eyes peeled.


Three Solid (and Readable) Books on the Trinity

A Shot of Faith to the Head: Be a Confident Believer in an Age of Cranky Atheists by Mitch Stokes

Best of 2012

Rob Bell at The Areopagus

Meditation and Communion with God by John Jefferson Davis

The End of Our Exploring by Matthew Lee Anderson

Death By Living by N.D. Wilson (TGC Review)

Risky Gospel by Owen Strachan (Christianity Today Review)

Reconsidering Justification by Stephen Westerholm

Unapologetic by Francis Spufford (TGC Review)

Calvin on the Christian Life by Michael Horton (TGC Review)

Proof by Daniel Montgomery and Timothy Paul Jones (TGC Review)

Age of Atheists by Peter Watson (TGC Review)

Recovering Deep Church by Andrew Walker and Robin Parry (Christianity Today)

The Rise of the Nones by James Emery White (9Marks Journal)

Faith Speaking Understanding by Kevin Vanhoozer (TGC)

The Skeletons in God’s Closet by Joshua Ryan Butler (TGC)

The Theology of the Westminster Standards by J.V. Fesko

The Unaccommodated Calvin by Richard Muller

Reformed Dogmatics by Herman Bavinck (TGC)

Faith, Form, and Fashion by Paul Helm (TGC)

Trinity and Organism by James Eglinton

Searching for Sunday by Rachel Held Evans (TGC)


Becoming the Archetype’s I Am = The Doctrine of God + Metal

Vital by Anberlin (Or, When Anberlin Decides to be Awesome Again)

The Spiritual value of Christmas Music (Sufjan Stevens and August Burns Red)


There are a ton of these over at the Christ and Pop Culture site.

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