Christian Focus Across the Web – November 18, 2011

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

Elizabeth Hankins reviews Jonathan Edwards:  America’s Genius – This past week Elizabeth Hankins shared a review of Jonathan Edwards:  America’s Genius (CF4K, 2008) by Christian George on The Hankins Family blog (www.hankinsfamily.com). Here is a bit of what Elizabeth had to say:

“Christian Timothy George has done the Christian community a wonderful service in writing a biography of Jonathan Edwards for our young ones. In America’s Genius: Jonathan Edwards, George clearly communicates the Gospel throughout the entire book. He upholds God’s sovereignty and communicates sound doctrine in a way that is understandable for young people. George also incorporates many Biblical lessons throughout this look at Edwards’ life including the power of God’s Word, loving one’s enemies, salvation by grace alone–not works, dying to self/daily taking up our cross, the importance of Christ’s resurrection, the satisfaction of knowing Christ, counting the cost of following Christ, God’s mercy, true wisdom, and more.”

You can read Elizabeth’s full review here: LINK. If you would like to purchase your own copy of Jonathan Edwards:  America’s Genius, it is available from any of the following online retailers: ChristianBook.com, Cumberland Valley Books, 10ofthose.com, and Amazon.com.

Nicholas T. Batzig shares resources for The Marrow of Modern Divinity – Stop on by the Feeding On Christ blog and learn about some great resources that will help you better understand The Marrow of Modern Divinity (Christian Heritage, 2009) by Edward Fisher.

The Marrow of Modern Divinity is available from many online retailers including:  WTS Books, Amazon.com, and 10ofThose.com.

Larry Dixon talks about ’12 Atheists’ – Christian Focus author Larry Dixon shared recently about his current writing project for Christian Focus Publications, which will deal with five North American and five Continental atheists who have come to Christ. You can ready Larry’s post in its entirety here: LINK.

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