Recommended by Mark Tubbs.
Enjoyably and informatively reveals the inner workings of the Supreme Court of Canada.
Challenges the reader to think deep and hard about the implications of the technologies we use almost every moment of our lives.
A superb biblical theology of poverty in about 100 pages, with ample real-life application.
Not recommended by Leslie Wiggins.
Purports to advocate for a fuller, grander, more robust gospel, but offers only a gospel stuck in the garden.
Recommended by John Bird.
A worthy and engaging attempt to place Martin Luther King Jr. in accurate historical context.
A strong but gracious stand for the sanctity of life.
President Obama may not be one's political cup of tea, and may not have revealed the full extent of his ambitions, he remains worthy of our respect.
Recommended by Tim Challies.
A testimony to living a holy and celibate Christian life in the power of the Holy Spirit.
A kind, comprehensive approach to dealing with homosexuality in a Christlike way.
Recommended by Bob Kellemen.
An invaluable, encylopedic methodology of urban and suburban ministry in the 21st century.
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