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Book Reviews: When Kids Hurt

Books reviewed in this issue are When Kids Hurt: Help for Adults Navigating the Adolescent Maze By Chap Clark & Steve Rabey and The Wholehearted Marriage: Fully Engaging Your Most Important Relationship By Greg Smalley and Shawn Stoever.

Book Reviews: Evolution for Everyone

Books reviewed in this issue include Evolution for Everyone by David Sloan Wilson, Living the Lord’s Prayer by David Timms, All Through the Night by Davis Bunn and The Night Watchman by Mark Mynheir.

Book Reviews: Making the Good News Good Again

Books reviewed are Making the Good News Good Again: Recovering the Wonder of the Gospel by Judson Edwards, A Capsule History of Baptist Principles by William H. Brackney and Baptist History & Heritage Society Historical Dictionary of the Baptists, Second Edition by William H. Brackney.

Book Reviews: Abilene pastor swings for the bleachers with his first book

Books reviewed include Parables from the Diamond: Meditations for Men on Baseball & Life,  by Phil Christopher and Glen Dromgoole and Intentional Walk by Hugh Poland.

Book Reviews: Bible Truths About God

Reviewed in this issue are Bible Truths about God by James Semple, and  What Southern Women Know about Faith: Kitchen Table Stories and Back Porch Comfort by Ronda Rich.

Book Reviews: What Do a Christian Be?

Books reviewed in this issue are What Do a Christian Be? From Belief to Behavior by Al Fasol and Malinda S. Fasol and Baptist Questions, Baptist Answers by Bill J. Leonard.

What’s on your pastor’s shelf?

Where do pastors go when they want a balanced view of the issues? Edwin Mellen Press, Ashgate Publishing and InterVarsity Press often provide the resources.

Book Reviews: The Third Trumpet

Books reviewed in this issue are The Third Trumpet, Books I-IV by William Meador, Living the Lord’s Prayer Day by Day by Wilson Wayne Grant and Encountering God:10 Ways to Experience His Presence by David M. Edwards.

Book Reviews: Sacred Chaos

Books reviewed in this issue are Sacred Chaos: Spiritual Disciplines for the Life You Have, by Tricia McCrary Rhodes, Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage by Mark Gungor and Farraday Road by Ace Collins.

Music Review: U2’s latest offers ‘grace inside a sound’

bonoBaptist divinity school professor Steven Harmon characterizes U2's new album, No Line on the Horizon, as "the most thoroughly Christian thing they’ve done yet.”

Book Reviews: Diversity Leadership

Reviewed in this issue are Building a House for all God’s Children: Diversity Leadership in the Church by Jeffrey S. Rogers, Yeomen, Sharecroppers and Socialists: Plain Folk Protest in Texas, 1870-1914 by Kyle G. Wilkison and The Bell Messenger by Robert Cornuke with Alton Gansky.
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