Reviews by danielhenderson
On 1/14 danielhenderson wrote: Who are you? What Defines you? What is your identity? How you answer these questions affects every aspect of your life. In Who do you think you are? Working his way through the book of Ephesians, Driscoll provides a long list of answers to this question of Who Am I?: I am in Christ, I am a saint, I am ... Book Review: Mark Driscoll – Who do you think you are?
On 12/11 danielhenderson wrote: This is my first exposure to Douglas Wilson in print. My first exposure was in his debates with Christopher Hitchens. I can hear Wilson reading the book aloud to me as I read. He writes like he talks. Father Hunger is a thorough and detailed expositions of the state of fatherhood and it related to masculinity ... Book Note : Father Hunger – Douglas Wilson
On 4/14 danielhenderson wrote: From the Reviews the book looks great! But I have been yet to receive my copy. Booksneeze is a great place to get books for review for your blog. This must be just a mail problem. Usually I receive the books quickly. I am submitting so I can move onto another book. John 3:16 King James Version (KJV) ... From the Reviews the book looks great!
On 1/17 danielhenderson wrote: I have been reading Then Sings my Soul since they started with volume 1. I am always edified and encouraged by stories behind the songs we sing as Christians. Each volume is very nicely layed out, volume 3 being no different. The books torn page edges are reminiscent of the history and age of the hymns ... Great!
On 1/4 danielhenderson wrote: It seems every time Mark Driscoll gets up to speak, writes a blog post, or publishes a book there are droves of people who are against it even before viewing the content for themselves. While I agree that a lot of criticism towards him is warranted I do think a lot of it unhelpful and presumptuous. The ... Review of Real Marriage
On 12/5 danielhenderson wrote: This commentary is the final installement of a long line of Commentaries on Job by David Clines. The layout is a little uncomfortable, but the content is stellar. David Cline is a highly respected Old Testament scholar. One of the greatest benefits to this volume is the massive Bibliography included ... Job 38-42 by David Clines
On 11/1 danielhenderson wrote: Carolyn Weber arrived at Oxford University to embark on an experience to immerse herself in the study of literature. However, what she didn't expect was an encounter with a God whom she had really never known. Coming from a broken home, Carolyn had learned to take care of herself, relying on reason and ... Surprised by Oxford
On 9/16 danielhenderson wrote: A Lutheran pastor, Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a trenchant modern theologian, as his books—Ethics and The Cost of Discipleship, to name two—amply testify. Eric Metaxas's meticulously researched biography reveals that he was also a figure of extraordinary moral courage in Nazi Germany. A riveting story ... Bonhoeffer
On 8/2 danielhenderson wrote: This book is amazing and is a must for any Christian who writes sermons or blog articles. All the quotes are arranged by topic and the book is very user friendly. The font and layout is nice to read. The book covers a wide array of topics from Abortions to Gospel. This book would serve well not only ... Billy Graham in Quotes
On 7/20 danielhenderson wrote: Phil Cooke, is a Hollywood television producer, media professional and cultural commentator. He has spent more than three decades helping organizations of all sizes navigate the changing world of rebranding and modernization. His new book, “Jolt! Get the Jump on a World That’s Constantly Changing,” ... Jolt!
On 7/20 danielhenderson wrote: Having read very little Christian fiction my I had no expectation for this book. I wasn't able get through it. It’s a story about a man named David Ponder, an ordinary man given the quest to find the answer to humanity. The Angel Gabriel tells him to come up with the two words that answers the question: ... The Final Summit
On 4/11 danielhenderson wrote: Having read very little Christian fiction my I had no expectation for this book. I wasn't able get through it. It’s a story about a man named David Ponder, an ordinary man given the quest to find the answer to humanity. The Angel Gabriel tells him to come up with the two words that answers the question: ... The Final Summit
On 4/8 danielhenderson wrote: This book hit home for me. One of the Pastors I read--Mark Driscoll is a big supporter of Daddy Dates. It is important to build a relationship with your daughters as a father so they will have guidelines for choosing a husband. The author focuses on loving and respecting his daughters and he does a really ... Daddy Dates
On 4/4 danielhenderson wrote: Phil Cooke, is a Hollywood television producer, media professional and cultural commentator. He has spent more than three decades helping organizations of all sizes navigate the changing world of rebranding and modernization. His new book, “Jolt! Get the Jump on a World That’s Constantly Changing,” ... Jolt!
On 3/30 danielhenderson wrote: Johann Sebastian Bach by Rick Marschall is one of the books from the Christian Encounters series. It presents a look of Bach that includes both his music and his faith. The book does a good job on offering a complete picture of Bach even though there is little information available. He was a Lutheran, ... Great book for those encouraged by Christian Biography
On 3/29 danielhenderson wrote: I love this book. I personally everyone should have a copy if it in their library. It is one of those books you can read and then read again. It is not just a business book, but is actually a book that appeals to Christians from all walks of life. This book was originally recommended to me by James Macdonald. ... The Little Red Book of Wisom
On 3/22 danielhenderson wrote: It's hard to believe, but it's been almost ten years since the events on September 11th. In those years, America's resolve to face terrorism has resulted in a world very different that before that tragic event. The subtitle of this book "Knowing the Enemy, Speaking the Truth, and Choosing to Win the ... The Fight of our Lives
On 3/13 danielhenderson wrote: I requested the book from book sneeze last week, and a friend of mine had just read the book so he lent me his copy. Doing Virtuous Business the Remarkable Success of Spiritual Enterprise is an interesting read and practical read. Theodore Malloch explores the ethical practices of different businesses ... Doing Virtuous Business
On 3/9 danielhenderson wrote: I was first drawn to this book because I was looking for a focused book on the subject of communion. Having read the book I am very disappointed. The author does not reference scripture but backs her arguments on feelings or other writings. When she does quote the bible she usually quotes two or three ... A Sacred Meal - Nora Gallagher