A Doubter’s Guide to the Bible, by John Dickson
John Dickson, the well-known Australian pastor, historian and evangelist, has in his latest offering produced a refreshingly accessible primer on the Bible. Written with the intelligent and slightly sceptical layperson firmly in its sights, Dickson takes the reader through a guided tour of the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation.
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Review: ‘Catching the Wave: Preaching the New Testament as Rhetoric’ by Tim MacBride

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Tim MacBride, Catching the Wave: Preaching the New Testament as Rhetoric, London, IVP, 2016

Review by Peter Adam

This is a stimulating and creative book, which communicates in a practical way the benefits of studying the style of literature and rhetoric of the New Testament letters in order to enrich our preaching. To help us do this, Tim MacBride uses the perspective of the Graeco-Roman world as background to the New Testament. An understanding of the literary style or genre of any…


Review: ‘Catching the Wave: Preaching the New Testament as Rhetoric’ by Tim MacBride

A great preacher of the 17th century is described as ‘projecting the eloquence of Scripture’. May we do the...

Big Picture Parents: Ancient Wisdom for Modern Life, by Harriet Connor

Parenting can be something you plan for, long for, or just fall into. Whatever your situation, and as with...

The case for “both/and” church music: A review of ‘Songs of the Saints’

In Songs of the Saints, Mike Raiter and Rob Smith sound an urgent call for doing and rather than...

Missional Motherhood: The Everyday Ministry of Motherhood in the Grand Plan of God, by Gloria Furman

Motherhood is a high calling, filled with potential, purpose and joy. However, many women in our society, both inside...