Tag Archives: Bible

(Book review) Malachi, Then and Now

Reviewed by: Dr. Dennis E. Hensley, Professor of Communication, Taylor University, Upland, Indiana   Introduction Title: Malachi, Then and Now Author:  Dr. Allen P. Ross Publisher: Weaver Book Company Publication Date: 2016 Format: Paperback book Length: 202 pages OVERVIEW Although the book of Malachi is short, it is content heavy. Dr. Ross, a former professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, offers […]

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(Book review) Short Sentences Long Remembered: A Guided Study of Proverbs and Other Wisdom Literature

Reviewed by: Hope Bolinger, a professional writing major at Taylor University, Upland, Indiana   Introduction Title: Short Sentences Long Remembered: A Guided Study of Proverbs and Other Wisdom Literature Author: Leland Ryken Publisher: Weaver Book Company Publication Date: 2016 Format: Print book Length: 114 pages OVERVIEW Proverbs and other books of wisdom literature, such as Ecclesiastes, teem with literary merit. Both prose […]

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(Book review) Sweeter than Honey, Richer than Gold: A Guided Study of Biblical Poetry

Reviewed by: Tucker White, a Professional Writing major at Taylor University, Upland, IN   Introduction Title: Sweeter than Honey, Richer than Gold: A Guided Study of Biblical Poetry Author: Leland Ryken Publisher: Weaver Book Company Publication Date: May 1, 2015 Format: Printed Book Length: 128 Pages OVERVIEW Even for one well versed in poetry, biblical poetry can seem daunting and unapproachable. Sweeter than […]

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(Book review) Hearing the Message of Daniel: Sustaining Faith in Today’s World

Reviewed by: Josh Hendreckson, a professional writing major at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana   Introduction Title: Hearing the Message of Daniel: Sustaining Faith in Today’s World Author: Christopher J. H. Wright Publisher: Zondervan Publication Date: February 28, 2017 Format: Paperback Length: 256 pages OVERVIEW      The book of Daniel is one of the most challenging texts in the Bible, but you wouldn’t […]

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