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The Reagan Review · 14h ago

Deuteronomy (Interpretation) by Miller

This commentary is one of the best we have today on Deuteronomy from a critical perspective. Just as the Interpretation Bible Commentary series is known for, Mr. Miller scours Deuteronomy fo...
The Reagan Review · 20h ago

Israel Biblical Archaeology: A Carta Map

I wish I had had this map when I toured Israel! I can’t imagine a handier resource for either planning or touring Israel for one interested in Bible sites. With a quick glance, you can see a...
The Reagan Review · 1d ago

Exodus (Interpretation) by Terence Fretheim

This book is one of the very best in the Interpretation Bible Commentary series. This series is one from the critical camp that is aimed at preachers and teachers and is best known for its t...
The Reagan Review · 2d ago

40 Questions About Church Membership and Discipline by Kimble

This book provides a unique format to get you thinking deeply about church membership and discipline. You can read through the table of contents for a specific question on the subject, or yo...
The Reagan Review · 1w ago

The Most Thoughtful Article I’ve Seen On North Korea

This article is important because it illustrates the one thing we are overlooking. At least I was overlooking it. Maybe you were not. Total war is different than limited war. Let’s just bomb...
The Reagan Review · 1W ago

The Real Facts About the Latest Generation!

I’ve heard it in bits and pieces and had already decided that the smartphone was the defining factor of this generation approaching adulthood. Now I came across a substantive article that ha...
The Reagan Review · 2W ago

The Reformation in England (2-volume set) by D’Aubigne

What a classic! I’ve heard of this jewel for years and am excited to see this reprinting by Banner of Truth. D’Aubigne is an able historian who writes with spiritual fire. These volumes live...
The Reagan Review · 2W ago

The Quest by Leen Ritmeyer

This book is without doubt the preeminent resource on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem available today. Whether you desire the historical or archaeological perspective, this is your book. This ...
The Reagan Review · 2W ago

Introverts in the Church by Adam McHugh

What a wonderful book! As an introvert myself, I’m thrilled to report that introvert Adam McHugh has looked into who we are and explained it perfectly. Only a true introvert could have expla...
The Reagan Review · 3W ago

That Rough Patch Called Transitioning To Adulthood

I’ve been reminded of late just how tough that period in life where you have to figure out what you’re going to do when you grow up really is. I can remember that in my own life, but it seem...