CT Pastors Books

Companions in the Darkness: Seven Saints Who Struggled with Depression and Doubt
Charles Spurgeon Knew It Was Possible to Be Faithful and Depressed
How his example can encourage believers who “walk in darkness, and see no light.”
Reimagining Apologetics: The Beauty of Faith in a Secular Age
Is ‘Authenticity’ Enough for Christian Apologetics?
Appeals to nonbelievers should go beyond pure rationality, but they shouldn’t go beyond the bounds of Scripture.
Bavinck: A Critical Biography
Herman Bavinck’s Balancing Act, and Ours
As a new biography shows, the Dutch Reformed theologian was adept at navigating perennial tensions of Christ and culture.
The Wisdom Pyramid: Feeding Your Soul in a Post-Truth World
After Binging on the Internet in 2020, We Need a Major Knowledge-Diet Overhaul
Brett McCracken applies food-pyramid principles to our habits of media consumption.
A Multitude of All Peoples: Engaging Ancient Christianity's Global Identity (Missiological Engagements)
Christianity Isn’t ‘Becoming’ Global. It Always Has Been.
Why this misperception poses a stumbling block to the spread of the gospel.
God's Design for the Church: A Guide for African Pastors and Ministry Leaders (The Gospel Coalition)
20 Questions for the Churches in Africa
Conrad Mbewe, a Zambian pastor, asks them in his book. But there are others worth considering.
Compassion (&) Conviction: The AND Campaign's Guide to Faithful Civic Engagement
God’s Call on the Politically Ambivalent Christian
Don’t let partisan extremes and animosities prevent you from entering the arena for the sake of the common good.
The Deeply Formed Life: Five Transformative Values to Root Us in the Way of Jesus
The Antidote to Spiritual Shallowness Isn’t ‘Believing Harder’ but Going Deeper
Rich Villodas’s book takes us further into our faith traditions, our relationships, and our very selves.
The Seamless Life: A Tapestry of Love and Learning, Worship and Work
Why We Get Up in the Morning Shouldn’t Differ from Sunday to Monday
Steven Garber envisions lives marked by greater coherence between our deepest commitments and our everyday cares.
Finding Jesus in the Storm: The Spiritual Lives of Christians with Mental Health Challenges
Mental Illness and the ‘Medical Theodicy’ Trap
Why do we feel such a palpable sense of spiritual relief when the problem is with the body rather than the mind?
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