Where should a Christian stand regarding the intersection of faith, science, and scripture? Guy Williams shares two books that will get you pointed in the right direction.
How can traditional, orthodox Christians strengthen their faith and train for mission in a changing cultural landscape? Guy Williams shares how the Benedict Option may be the key.
The Shack’s success as a best-selling novel a decade ago from William P. Young virtually guaranteed an eventual film adaptation. Just as the book inspired fans as well as controversy among Christians, the movie will do the same. The story concerns Mack, a family man with a difficult past that includes abuse as a child
How important is our faith, really? Guy Williams reviews a book about how one man’s faith impacted his job interrogating prisoners of war in Iraq.
Guy Williams encourages us to read and enjoy The Road to Character. Anyone concerned about our spiritual and moral poverty, and the disappearing shared cultural vocabulary with which to address it will applaud Mr. Brooks’ rich, thoughtful work here. Then rejoice and proclaim Christ, whose death and resurrection make possible not only the reconciliation of our relationship with God.
How do we make sense of those thorny issues related to the Old Testament, such as the raw episodes of violence, sex, and suffering and evil? In this new book, Matthew Schlimm provides a new resource for wrestling with the issue, both for pastors and the church. Read more from Guy Williams’ review today.
Rev. Rob Renfroe is best known to United Methodists as president and publisher of Good News magazine. In The Trouble with Truth, he argues that the witness of the church is tethered to its ability to live out an “equal measure” of grace and truth. Guy Williams reviews his latest book here.