Author Archives: David Daniels

About David Daniels

Evangelical Baptist Pastor. Reformed Soteriology. Enjoy freelance writing & reviewing.

Struggling for the Soul of Our Country

Struggling for the Soul of Our Country Preston M. Browning Jr. Wipf & Stock, 2016 ISBN: 978-1-4982-0994-6 In ten essays and three appendices, Browning, “a Southerner, an octogenarian, a socialist and, with reservations, a Christian” attempts to explain what he … Continue reading

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The Christian Lover

The Christian Lover: The Sweetness of Love and Marriage in the Letters of Believers Michael A.G. Haykin with Victoria J. Haykin Reformation Trust Publishing, 2009 ISBN: 978-1567691115 Carl Trueman, Professor of historical theology and church history at Westminster Theological Seminary … Continue reading

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Avoid Genealogies: When Family Trees Become a Problem

Tracing family roots is a fascinating project that can occupy countless hours. A few years ago, a personal friend and colleague in ministry, Glenn Tomlinson (Sovereign Grace Community Church, Sarnia, Ontario) did some research for me, tracing my family line … Continue reading

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Recognizing the Messiah’s Message

Recognizing the Messiah’s Message: A Layman’s Study of Matthew Jeffrey Leath WestBow Press, 2015 ISBN: 978-1- 4908-7078-6 This is Jeffrey Leath’s second book, and with it he continues demonstrating the valuable contribution diligent laypersons make in the biblical and theological … Continue reading

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15 Reasons to take Genesis as History

15 Reasons To Take Genesis As History Don Batten & Jonathan Sarfati Creation Book Publishers, 2013, 2nd Ed. While biblical truth has always faced attack, perhaps no attack has been as aggressive and unremitting as the attack on the historical … Continue reading

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