Tag Archives: Non-fiction

(Book review) Thomas Aquinas (Great Thinkers)

Although Thomas Aquinas influenced both Christian and philosophical thought, some of his statements do not stand the test of time. Given his over reliance on secular resources opposed to Scripture, Oliphint pinpoints two areas in which Aquinas’s insights erred. First, in epistemology—the study of truth—and second, the foundation of existence.  The author first presents the views of Aquinas and then follows with a critique.

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(Book review) Life Without Lack

   In his latest book, renowned philosopher and teacher Dallas Willard provides a fresh examination of Psalm 23 and explains how modern Christians can put its words of praise and its lessons in gratitude and obedience into daily practice.

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(Book review) Ecclesiastes, Reformed Expository Commentary

Author and pastor Bob Hostetler, in his book Life Stinks and Then You Die (2013), felt that Ecclesiastes was more of a tome for today’s world than it was for Solomon’s time because of how modern society is utterly self-indulgent and never satisfied. This newer book’s author, O’Donnell, also sees parallels between the 21st century and the depression and sense of hopelessness that Solomon wrote about.

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(Book review) Letters to a Romantic: On Dating

In Letters to a Romantic, Sean Perron and Spencer Harmon take an introspective look at all the ins and outs of dating as a Christian.

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