Compel Them to Come In: Calvinism and the Free Offer of the Gospel – Donald Macleod (2020)

Donald Macleod, Compel Them to Come In: Calvinism and the Free Offer of the Gospel (Geanies House, Fern, Ross-shire: Christian Focus Publications, 2020), 155 pp. C.H. Spurgeon was well-known for pleading with sinners to come to the foot of the cross for salvation. “Fly to Christ,” Spurgeon would say. Yet, far too many pastors fallContinue reading “Compel Them to Come In: Calvinism and the Free Offer of the Gospel – Donald Macleod (2020)”

From & Before God: A Practical Introduction to Expository Preaching – Sugel Michelén (2019)

Sugel Michelén, From & Before God: A Practical Introduction to Expository Preaching (Nashville: B&H Publishing, 2019), 270 pp. From & Before God: A Practical Introduction to Expository Preaching is a book designed to train and equip beginning preachers. The author, Sergei Michelén is senior pastor of Iglesia Biblica del Señor Jesucristo in Santo Domingo, DominicanContinue reading “From & Before God: A Practical Introduction to Expository Preaching – Sugel Michelén (2019)”

The Whole Counsel of God: Why and How to Preach the Whole Bible – Tim Patrick and Gary Millar

Tim Patrick and Andrew Reid, The Whole Counsel of God: Why and How to Preach the Entire Bible (Wheaton: Crossway Books, 2020), 242 pp. It is always beneficial for a preacher at every stage of ministry to explore the finer points of his preaching craft. Preachers always have new things to learn and growth shouldContinue reading “The Whole Counsel of God: Why and How to Preach the Whole Bible – Tim Patrick and Gary Millar”

WORDS, PROPOSITIONS, AND PROCLAMATION

We live in a day where words, propositions, and proclamation is met with suspicion and skepticism.  But living in postmodern times should not prevent Christ-followers from faithfully proclaiming the Word of God.  Paul the apostle instructs the believers in Colossae: “Him we proclaim, warning everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom, that we may presentContinue reading “WORDS, PROPOSITIONS, AND PROCLAMATION”