Christian Focus Across the Web – August 12, 2011

Christian Focus Across the Web highlights important news and blog posts related to our books. This week’s highlights are below:

Malcolm Maclean reviews The Hidden Life of Prayer by David McIntyre -Malcolm Maclean offers his review of The Hidden Life of Prayer:  The Life-blood of the Christian by David McIntyre on his blog – malcolm-somethingtosay.blogspot.com.  Malcolm says:

What does Malcolm Maclean have in common with John Piper, Wayne Grudem and Geoffrey Thomas? ‘Not very much,’ I hear a few of you say. ‘Nothing at all,’ I hear most of you say. Both groups are wrong because the four of us have all been influenced by a little book called The Hidden Life of Prayer, written by David McIntyre, and first published almost a century ago…

You can read the review in its entirety here: LINK

Kevin Fiske interviews Carl Trueman – As a follow up to his recent review of Reformation:  Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, Kevin offers this brief interview with Dr. Trueman.  The interview is available here: LINK.  If you’d like to read Kevin’s review of Reformation:  Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, it can be found here:  LINK.

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