Category Archives: reviews

  1. In praise of soppy Christian songs

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    05/09/2017 by Chris Green

    What kind of book would leave me singing a soppy Christian song, like a stream in the desert?

  2. Three books to make you think like Tim Keller: No. 3, ‘Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism’, by Larry Siedentop

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    25/07/2017 by Chris Green

    This brilliant history of the growth and impact of Christianity in Europe will make your brain fizz.

  3. Book Review: The Way of the Dragon or the Way of the Lamb

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    23/03/2017 by Chris Green

    Here is the single, most devastating sentence in the book: ‘“I am pretty sure a smart, productive atheist could do my job well,” said a successful pastor.’

  4. Deep Work – my review of a very good book

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    16/09/2016 by Chris Green

    Cal Newport helps us see how to restrict ‘shallow work’ and its distractions, to work productively, and at depth.

  5. Book Review: The Power Broker, Robert A. Caro

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    08/02/2016 by Chris Green

    This has to be strangest book review I have ever attempted: a book about a man you’ve probably never heard …
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  6. The NIV Study Bible (2011) vs ESV Study Bible – reviewed UPDATED

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    17/10/2015 by Chris Green

    The latest NIV Study bible is a clear competitor to the ESV Study bible. Which to buy?

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