Christian Focus Across the Web – December 16, 2011

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

What the Bible Means to Me reviewed by Paul Wallace – Many thanks to Paul Wallace for reviewing What the Bible Means to Me in our blog tour this past week. We wanted to share this bit from Paul’s review:

This book is highly recommended, it is one of those books that is hard to put down, but more importantly it is a book which will make you want to read God’s Word more. Between its covers you will find sentiments that you have felt, yet never voiced, or even logically collected in your mind. Here you will find warm reminders of Gospel truth. Here you will find encouragement to press on in daily reading, even if it is apparently fruitless.

I wasn’t sure I was going to like this book, I guess my concern was that it might be have been a mild post-modern fog. I couldn’t have been more wrong. Really, I should have known better, Catherine Mackenzie has always been a ‘safe pair of hands’ and she continues to be in the concept and editing of this little book.

If you’d like to read Paul’s full review, it is available at homebutnotalone.wordpress.com. Other reviews from our recent blog tour can be found here: LINK.

1 Year of Blogging Through The Marrow of Modern Divinity Comes to a Close – Chistopher Chelpka and team completed a whole year of team blogging through Edward Fisher’s The Marrow of Modern Divinity. If you are going to read this book, you should check out the related discussions at TheMarrow.org to enhance your reading experience.

 

Congratulations to the E-Book winners in the 12 Days Before Christmas Giveaway – Congratulations to the 3 recent winners in the 12 Days Before Christmas Book Giveaway, who each won an E-Book edition of Reformation:Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow by Carl R. Trueman and Unseen Realities by R. C. Sproul. Be on the lookout for another giveaway we’ll be featured in on 12/23/2011 at www.fundamentallyreformed.com. If this is the first you’ve heard of Christian Focus E-Books, you should read this recent post that details where you can buy them: LINK.

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