Westminster Seminary California

Valiant for Truth - Evangelism

Book Review: Business as Mission by Johnson

Business As Mission (hereafter, BAM) is a growing mission strategy, especially in countries closed to traditional missions.

Steve Jobs, Criticism, and the Gospel

When people look at a successful company there is perhaps an unspoken assumption that whatever they do is loved by all. Like the golden touch of king Midas, everything that they touch turns to gold.

Book Review: Above All Earthly Powers by Wells

Above All Earthly Pow’rs is the final book in his 4-volume series, which seeks to summarize all of the previously written material. In his introductory chapter, Wells immediately tells us the point of this final work: “[It is] to be able to say more exactly how Christ, in whom divine majesty and human frailty are joined in one person, is to be heard, and is to be preached, in a postmodern, multiethnic, multireligious society” (7-8). This is the theme that is eloquently and clearly woven throughout all 317 pages of his book.

Book Review: Welcome to a Reformed Church by Danny Hyde

Occasionally, Reformed churches are caricatured as “boring, cold, and serious” (147). Daniel Hyde, however, shows in Welcome to a Reformed Church: A Guide for Pilgrims that quite the opposite is true of those that function according to God’s Word. His book then is a “guide for pilgrims,” which winsomely introduces newcomers to Reformed churches in order “to clear up any misunderstandings” (xxvi). It does this by examining their history, confessions, doctrines, and practices.

Book Review: Branded Nation by James B. Twitchell

If you could think of three words to describe your church, which ones would you choose?Comfortable? Casual? Relevant?