Book Reviews Archives - Seedbed

Pastor Guy Williams offers a helpful review on "Hijacked: Responding to the Partisan Church." The book addresses the issue of partisanship in the Church in a straightforward manner. Find out if it will be a helpful book for you or members of your church.

What is theological interpretation? Is there more than one way of reading the Bible? In this book review, learn the significance of reading Scripture as God's Church and how this relates to the important historical information normally required for good Bible study.

What is the Gospel? Are we reducing it to simply a gospel of sin management? or is it most expansive? Scot McKnight's newest book, The King Jesus Gospel, tackles that question offering a fresh perspective on an age-old question. This Seedbed summary breaks down the book and offers a Wesleyan perspective on it. Read this summary to find out if this book is one that would be helpful to your ministry.

On The Verge offers hope and instruction for established churches to join in what God is doing to reach His people. This Seedbed Summary outlines the main points of the book. Find out if it On The Verge will be a useful one in your ministry.

There's a new generation of Christians rising up to take their place as cultural restorers rather than being separatists or merely blending in with culture. Read more in this book review of The Next Christians by staff writer David Lyell.

Genocide, divinely-commanded wars, and violent texts. How to deal with these issues can be challenging, and in his book Laying Down the Sword, Philip Jenkins attempts to offer a way forward. Guy Williams provides us with a Seedbed Summary for this important book.

"True ministry comes from being with Jesus: everything else will flow out of that. The more we spend time in His presence, receiving His love, the more we will be able to go and share that love with the world." Carissa Alma gets to the foundation for cross-cultural ministry in this work—read a Seedbed Summary from Melissa Lowe.

What are the Gospels for? Putting it another way, why did Jesus live? In this book review, Nathan Brasfield shows us why reclaiming N.T. Wright's patricular reading of the Gospels in How God Became King is important if the church is to understand the person and work of Jesus correctly.

In what ways could those who cherish the Wesleyan heritage take the Wesleys's commitment to societal change from memory and memorial to an actualized...

In country and western legend Willie Nelson’s song “Me and Paul,“ Nelson writes and repeats “I guess Nashville was the roughest, but I know...

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