Monthly Archives: February 2013

Justly Fond of Justification…but it’s Chewy

CONTENT N.T. Wright is one of those intellectual writers that just speaks to me. I groove with him. His book Justification was no exception. It’s quite the detailed tour through the heart of Galatians and Romans as he clarifies his … Continue reading

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What You Can Do Best is read this book

CONTENT This is the first “spiritual assessment” book I’ve read. I was afraid it would pigeon-hole me and get weird. It didn’t and it wasn’t. It was empowering and revealing. The assessment itself (137 questions taking about 10 minutes to … Continue reading

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a wee experiment in this whole book review business…

Book reviews are something of an art. I have no idea whether I am an artist – or just annoying. Don’t answer that. I’ve been taking the occasional stab at reviewing books since I launched this BookCellar blog in 2011, my … Continue reading

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Galatians For You by Keller

Just stumbled across this on Amazon. Timothy Keller. Galatians For You. Released tomorrow. Just ordered it. Fingers crossed for Thursday delivery. Move over, Oscars. This just became the most anticipated event this week by this geek. Oh. My. Goodness. I’m … Continue reading

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