Top 10 Books of 2011
by Steve Paulson, reviewed on February 5, 2011
A collection of cutting-edge interviews on the topic of science versus religion, from some of the biggest names on both sides of the argument.
by Alan Bondar, reviewed February 21, 2011
An essential book for all Christians, whether Preterist or not, to understand the historical setting and urgency of New Testament writers who believed they were on the precipice of a new world.
by Jonathan Hill, reviewed on March 31, 2011
Not just a beautiful coffee table book, this is a very informative and scholarly look at the first few hundred years of Christianity.
by Paul N. Anderson, reviewed on April 14, 2011
A fascinating look at John’s Gospel and its theological, historical, and literary tensions. Anderson may be may favorite current-day Johannine theologian.
by Jose A. Pagola, reviewed May 28, 2011
A moving and thoughtful peek at the Jesus of history, in his Jewish roots. Down-to-earth and highly recommended.
by Marcus Borg, reviewed June 3, 2011
So far as I know, the only fiction effort by one of my favorite Liberal Christian authors, and I thoroughly enjoyed this lesson on faith.
by David Plotz, reviewed June 19, 2011
A fun and irreverent romp through the Old Testament, by a Jew who says the experience of writing the book has made him a “full-on Bible thumper.”
by John Noe, Ph. D, reviewed October 12, 2011
A great book comparing the Biblical arguments for and against eternal punishment. Selected for its balanced approach to an important topic.
by Donna Johnson, reviewed October 24, 2011
Riveting account of the tent revival ministry of David Terrell through a young girl’s eyes. A story you don’t want to miss.
by John Shelby Spong, reviewed December 14, 2011
A thoroughly enjoyable journey through the Bible, detailing each book’s origin and historical setting. Possibly Spong’s best.