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"Christian doctrine has a poor name, even among Christians. It is regarded as boring, divisive and irrelevant. Such a reputation, however, is a tragedy which impoverishes the churches and hinders their witness to the world. I have written this short book to describe the essence of doctrine and to show its importance and usefulness." With […]

David White
Thursday, July 5th 2007

Whatever the differences among people and groups in Evangelicalism, one thing is sure: no matter what it sounds like, the sermon is here to stay. But do we need another book on preaching? There are several on the market. Most pastors have received some homiletical training, and there are many tools to help them to […]

David White
Wednesday, June 13th 2007

With thirty-four years of Christian service under his belt, Peter White, a Scottish pastor, has given us a book on effective pastoring. When I learned of it, I looked forward to reading material written from outside the American context that had the idea of the "key things" for pastoral ministry at its heart. Its content […]

David White
Tuesday, June 12th 2007

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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