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Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do about It
The Struggles of Men Are a Problem for Everyone
From school and work to fatherhood and friendship, we need a vision of manhood that both sexes can celebrate.
Nonverts: The Making of Ex-Christian America
From the Rise of the ‘Nones’ to the Indifference of the ‘Never Weres’
A sociologist observes the changing tides of American antireligion.
Uncommon Unity: Wisdom for the Church in an Age of Division
The World’s Logic Says Diversity Begets Division. Gospel Logic Says Otherwise.
Why the pursuit of unity isn’t as hopeless as it sometimes seems.
Bully Pulpit: Confronting the Problem of Spiritual Abuse in the Church
Solving Spiritual Abuse in the Church Is Simple and Straightforward—at Least in Theory
None of Michael Kruger’s proposals are earthshaking, but they require time, effort, and vigilance.
Knowledge for the Love of God: Why Your Heart Needs Your Mind
Loving God Means More Than Knowing about Him, but Not Less
Our hearts and souls can’t fulfill the Great Commandment without our minds.
Trinitarian Dogmatics: Exploring the Grammar of the Christian Doctrine of God
Ninguna doctrina de la Trinidad es una isla
Una nueva introducción resalta cómo los profundos misterios del Padre, el Hijo y el Espíritu Santo no pueden comprenderse de forma aislada.
Trinitarian Dogmatics: Exploring the Grammar of the Christian Doctrine of God
No Doctrine of the Trinity Is an Island
As a new introduction emphasizes, the deep mysteries of Father, Son, and Spirit can’t be grasped in isolation.
Celebrities for Jesus: How Personas, Platforms, and Profits Are Hurting the Church
Christian Celebrity Isn’t a Problem to Fix, But an Eye to Gouge Out
Katelyn Beaty’s critique of evangelical fame-worship is wise but overly tame.
Integration: Race, T. B. Maston, and Hope for the Desegregated Church (Monographs in Baptist History)
Meet the Scholar-Activist Who Changed Baptist Minds on Race
T. B. Maston’s views on integration were controversial at his seminary. Today, they deserve a fresh hearing.
The Cost of Control: Why We Crave It, the Anxiety It Gives Us, and the Real Power God Promises
Our Quest for Control Has Gotten Out of Control
More and more, it’s causing broken relationships, burnout, and anxiety. But that doesn’t mean we’re called to “let go and let God.”
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