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The Reformed Book Cellar · 1M ago

Authors Trueman and Gordon to Speak at Reformation Conference

Redeemer Church in Hudson, Ohio will be having two well known authors speak at it's upcoming Remembering & Renewing Reformation Conference in June. Authors and speakers Dr. T. David Gordon a...
The Reformed Book Cellar · 2M ago

Book Review: No Uncertain Sound

I guess it was in 2008 or so that I had been looking on the internet for something to listen to. Any good Reformed sermon or lecture would do. At the time at I had an annoyingly long drive t...
The Reformed Book Cellar · 2M ago

Guest Post by R. Andrew Myers: Book Review: Godly Conversation

Book Review: Godly Conversation: Rediscovering the Puritan Practice of Conference by Joanne J. Jung (Reformation Heritage Books, 2011)by R. Andrew MyersDistinct from the ordinary or regular ...
The Reformed Book Cellar · 2M ago

Book Review: ReSet: Living a Grace-Paced Life in a Burnout Culture by David Murray

I suppose it can happen to all of us. Well, it can happen to any of us - Burnout. Burnout can manifest itself in a number of ways and be triggered by a number of reasons. It's not black and ...
The Reformed Book Cellar · 4M ago

Book Review: "The Covenant of Works: Its Confessional and Scriptural Basis" (Recovering Our Confessional Heritage)

Author Richard Barcellos has given us a small, informative primer, The Covenant of Works: Its Confessional and Scriptural Basis. You may already think you have a good theological understandi...
The Reformed Book Cellar · 5M ago

Book Review: A New Song: Responding Poetically To The Psalms by D.P. Myers

It's really tough to find quality, Reformed devotional material. I'm always on the look out for it. A New Song: Responding Poetically To The Psalms by D.P. Myers is just such a book. Consist...
The Reformed Book Cellar · 5M ago

Book Review: No Little Women by Aimee Byrd

...if we are serious about the distinctiveness of men and women, and if we really do believe that women are created to be necessary allies, then above all we should want to equip competent, ...
The Reformed Book Cellar · 5M ago

God the Son Incarnate: The Doctrine of Christ (Foundations of Evangelical Theology) By Stephen J. Wellum

Wellum is not one of the high profile Evangelical leaders but, for my money, he is one of their best systematicians and deserves to be widely read and listened to.   If one of the key weakne...
The Reformed Book Cellar · 7M ago

Author Spotlight: Dr. Carl Trueman

Dr. Carl Trueman is a favorite author, speaker, and podcast host of mine. I never seem to tire of his British accent or sarcastic wit. He is a learned man and is known as an expert on the li...
The Reformed Book Cellar · 7M ago

Author Spotlight: Iain D. Campbell

Rev. Dr. Iain D. Campbell is our author in the spotlight this week. He is pastor of the Free Church of Scotland in Point on the Isle of Lewis. Prior to that he was the pastor of Back Free...