This was a story I needed to hear. It reminded me that the world is a lonely place filled with lonely people but healing can be found in community. The kindness of others, even strangers, is cleansing and when we open our lives to others with transparency and honesty, we may just find the cure to what ails us whether we recognize what ails us or not.
Sara Sybesma TolsmaJanuary 12, 2022
On Living Well gives us Peterson from the 1970s and 1980s, when he was at the height of his pastoral ministry, saying what needed to be said. These are words worth repeating.
Jeff MunroeDecember 29, 2021
I wanted more clarity at certain points, more work in defining the distinctions of the doctrine of deification in relation to the various traditions represented. But, most of all, I just wanted more. And I think you will, too.
Kevin SlusherDecember 15, 2021
Ashford and Bartholomew have written a wonderful exposition of biblical teaching that praises God the Creator. I am grateful to have read it, and I shall return to it.
J. David MoserDecember 1, 2021
Throughout her book, Simard braids the science story with episodes from her personal life, revealing what her work has cost her as well as how it has offered wisdom in return.
Debra RienstraNovember 17, 2021
As recent books on the problem of evil frequently fall into either hyper-philosophical specialization or unorthodox theologizing, Schwarz's biblically-oriented inquiry, which affirms a trinitarian God in control, is an ironic breath of fresh air in the field.
Jackson T. ReinhardtNovember 10, 2021
Love assumes the best and that’s why despite what critics might say, I read Kwon and Thomspon’s words as a tough-love letter to an audience that they seek to walk with and not away from.
Christina EdmondsonOctober 20, 2021