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All reviews by Nathan Pomeroy

“I became the Pastor of Arnold Road Evangelical Church in 1999. I am thankful to God for bringing me here and for the love and
encouragement of the Church. Prior to this I was an assistant to the pastor at Bethesda Baptist Church, Felixstowe. I’ve lived in several places; Cardiff, near Bath, London (Forest Gate and Finchley), and as a child grew up in Pakistan where my parents were missionaries.

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Adorned How to grow a Biblically beautiful church:An exegesis of Titus 2
Justin O. Huffman

Justin Huffman is an American pastor who trained at Reformed Theological Seminary. He has written this short and easy-to-read book to encourage churches to be healthy. The book draws out lessons from the second chapter of Titus and systematises them…

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Determined to Believe: The Sovereignty of God, Freedom, Faith, and Human Responsibility
John C. Lennox

Lennox is a professor of mathematics at Oxford University and has become well known in evangelical circles for his books and debates with atheists. One tribute honours him as ‘one of today’s finest evangelical minds’. Lennox states that his objective…

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Why Jesus?
John Blanchard

In this short book, John Blanchard gives six reasons why Jesus is unique and the only one through whom we can have a saving relationship with God. ‘Back to the future’: this section covers the Old Testament prophecies that are…

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Focus on the Bible – Joel & Obadiah
Iwan Rhys Jones

This is an edifying commentary, in the Focus on the Bible series, on Joel and Obadiah. It is readable, concise and well structured. It focuses on expounding the text of these two books, pulling together larger themes, as well as…

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The New Creationism: Building Scientific Theories on a Biblical Foundation
Paul Garner

In the increasingly secular age in which we live, it is all too easy to forget that the major disciplines of science were founded by men of broadly Christian convictions. Their names are perhaps familiar to us –– Boyle, Ray,…

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L Is For Lifestyle: Christian Living That Doesn’t Cost the Earth
Ruth Valerio

How can we live more responsibly? In this A-Z, Ruth Valerio highlights the main threats to people and our planet, God's beloved creation. She shows us how, by making small but significant changes to our lifestyle, we can learn the…

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A Bird’s-Eye View of Paul: The man, his mission and his message
Michael Bird

As Christians, we all know the apostle Paul, don't we? He is our theological master, our pastoral mentor, our spiritual advisor and our missionary hero. Yet just when we think we have him in our grasp, we find he slips…

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To the Ends of the Earth: The Globalization of Christianity
Kenneth Hylson-Smith

Kenneth Hylson-Smith refuses to accept the current widely held view that the Christian churches have been in decline for the last three hundred years. God's funeral, he asserts, is not immanent. Tracing the story of the global spread of Christianity…

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