See what Themelios reviewers are saying about:
Driscoll and Breashears’ Death by Love
…Death by Love is biblically orthodox, theologically comprehensive, and provides one of the most practical and pastoral applications of the truth of Jesus’ substitutionary atonement in print. (Read the full review.)
Colin Duriez’s Francis Schaeffer
Connecting the young Schaeffer to the more famous, older man is a great strength of Colin Duriez’s book. It has become well-accepted to break Schaeffer’s life up into segments and to characterize him as three different people. There is the young, fire breathing fundamentalist eager to “be ye separate” from the impure compromisers; the artsy, compassionate, bohemian founder of L’abri in Switzerland; and then the old man, brushing off his best instincts and returning to his fundamentalist roots to fight for the doctrine of inerrancy and “Christian America.” While it is possible to reach such a conclusion by looking at his early career and then considering the chronological development of his publications, this book rejects that approach by portraying Schaeffer as a consistent personality throughout. (Read the full review.)
Reynolds and Overton’s The New Media Frontier
In sum, this volume makes a sustained argument throughout: The new media have revolutionized the way people communicate and are here to stay. Thus, believers must think critically about these changes and utilize the best of them for the glory of God and the furtherance of his kingdom. Through its timely analysis and stable framework, this book will help believers execute this task as they navigate through the ‘new media frontier’ and beyond. (Read the full review.)
Themelios is an International Journal for Pastors and Students of Theological and Religious Studies.