Archive for April, 2009

I don’t know about you, but I am fascinated by the stories of real life men and women both highly trained and wholly committed to defending our country, often at great personal sacrifice. As I was in the midst of devouring reading this novel, the story of Navy SEALS rescuing a kidnapped merchant ship captain […]

“Saving Freedom is a new Declaration of Independence, a call for the American people to reclaim America. Jim DeMint’s passion for the cause of individual liberty and personal responsibility is evident in this manifesto. It needs to be read—and acted upon—by every citizen of this republic.” — Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the U.S. House […]

“Jim DeMint has delivered a ‘how to’ plan for avoiding a future that we neither want nor deserve. For those of us who want to keep America the ‘land of the free and the home of the brave,’ Saving Freedom is a must read!” — Oliver North, USMC (Ret.), author of New York Times best […]

“Once again, as we did in 1776, Americans must choose between freedom and oppression. In Saving Freedom, Jim DeMint describes the clear and present danger posed by big government – and what we must do to preserve individual liberty and personal responsibility. Every American needs to read this book.” — Sean Hannity, host of the […]

“It’s comforting to know that someone like Jim DeMint is standing in the gap as we see so many of our nation’s founding principles eroding. I view Saving Freedom as a blueprint for the effort that all concerned Americans must join to restore and protect the freedoms we depend on.” — Steve Forbes, president and […]

“Between this volume and Carson and Moo’s standard, An Introduction to the New Testament, evangelical students are very well served indeed!” Justin Taylor, Between Two Worlds Read the entire review at Between Two Worlds…

“When I was in college at the University of Arkansas, Steve Cowan was there doing his Ph.D. in Philosophy. I came to know him through various contacts in Christian circles there, and we’ve stayed in touch as we’ve seen each other at ETS meetings and such. I’m thrilled to say a hearty congratulations to him […]

Unchurched young adults are more open to your church than you might have thought previously, according to Lost and Found. This book shows surprising research about the spiritual attitudes of unchurched 20-somethings. It will also introduce you to churches that are successfully reaching this tough-to-find demographic – and the principles they use to do so. […]

Seeing Things skillfully weaves together the hard reality of afflictions with the whimsical side of life. While captivated by entertaining episodes, profound insights seep into your soul-setbacks don’t have to defeat us, troubles don’t need to bring gloom, and physical afflictions can usher adventures rather than limitations. Janet Perez Eckles, international Christian speaker and author.

“Among available New Testament introductions for theological students this one stands out for meticulously thorough coverage, bibliographical fullness, attention to canonical issues, juicy pastoral reflections, and lashings of masterful common sense. I recommend it highly, as a leader in its field.” J. I. Packer Professor of Theology Regent College Vancouver, BC