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Irenaeus — Christian Biographies for Young Readers

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Irenaeus is a name that, unfortunately, few Christians know. And for those who have at least heard the name in passing, even fewer know anything substantial about who he was or why he’s important for Christian history. A New Book Thankfully, Simonetta Carr has written a new book to

Held In Honor

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G.K. Chesterton, the famous 19th-century English writer, tells a humorous story about an English yachtsman who discovered an island after drifting off his course, only to realize that this newfound island was simply the other side of England. Chesterton uses this story to poke fun at himself, admitting that

Book Review – The Expository Genius of John Calvin

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“A world-class theologian, a revered exegete, a renowned teacher, an ecclesiastical statesman, an influential Reformer — he was all of these and more. His name was John Calvin” (2). Steve Lawson, popular pastor, author, and theologian, has offered a great contribution to the literature on John Calvin with this