Skip to content

Category: Book Review

Book Review

Review of “Mansfield’s Book of Manly Men” by Stephen Mansfield

  “Mansfield’s Book of Manly Men” An Utterly Invigorating Guide to Being Your Most Masculine Self Stephen Mansfield and William Boykin Nelson Books – 2013 Summary New York Times best-selling author Stephen Mansfield uses manly maxims, mini-biographies, and stirring illustrations to inspire men to evaluate their lives, raise their standards, and embrace their God-given masculine identity. Review This book is not only […]

Book Review

Review of “A Call to Resurgence” by Mark Driscoll

“A Call to Resurgence Will Christianity Have a Funeral or a Future?” Mark Driscoll Tyndale House Publishers Summary Mark Driscoll writes as a contemporary prophet who feels the pressing need to address a huge amount of issues that the North American Evangelical Church is facing (or choosing not to face) today. He’s also a loving pastor, clever writer, and […]

Book Review 2

Review of “Messiah: Origin”

“Messiah: Origin” Matt Dorff, Mark Arey Zondervan (Read a sample here) Summary “Messiah: Origin” is the first “Graphic Novel” (not “Comic Book”) series that uses visuals and biblical language to tell the story of the life of Jesus Christ from John 1 (“In the beginning was the Word…”) and His birth to the inauguration of his ministry at his baptism […]

Book Review

An Informal Review of “Orthodoxy” by GK Chesterton

Orthodoxy by GK Chesterton While trying to fill my new Kindle Paperwhite I’ve been scanning the free downloads section and came across “Orthadoxy” by GK Chesterton. It wasn’t even close to what I expected, but I came away very glad I read it. Too.Much.For.Brain. It is not a systematic theology (as I thought it would be) book but a testimonial […]

Book Review

Review of “Honest to God” by Josh Weidmann

“Honest to God” by Josh Weidmann Moody Publishers Summary Josh Weidmann uses his love for scripture and wonderful ability to craft powerful illustrations to make complex, emotional and theological concepts understandable in this helpful book. His desire is to help you drop every barrier standing between you and God. Why? Because “being honest with God leads to transformation, because it […]

Book Review

Review of "Twelve Unlikely Heroes" by John MacArthur

This is my first official book review, so I would love some feedback. Twelve Unlikely Heroes How God Commissioned Unexpected People in the Bible and What He Wants to Do with You By John MacArthur Summary If there’s one the success of The Avengers movie taught us, it’s that we love heroes — and the bigger, the stronger, the flashier, the better! […]