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CT Pastors Books

The Woman They Wanted: Shattering the Illusion of the Good Christian Wife
Shannon Harris Wasn’t Content with Being a Purity Culture Stagehand
Her new memoir brings her voice into the story of "I Kissed Dating Goodbye." It also brings in an entirely different gospel.
Five Lies of Our Anti-Christian Age
Rosaria Butterfield Issues Five Battle Cries for the Church Militant
There is much to admire in her views on church and community, but also much to find troubling in her new polemic.
Doctrine of Good Works
Jesus Paid It All. There’s Still So Much We Owe.
Why the call to good works goes hand in hand with the free gift of grace.
Evangelism: Learning from the Past (The Eerdmans Michael Green Collection)
The Gospel Is Greater Than Its Greatest Proclaimers
That fact should bring humility to our evangelism, even as it spurs us to keep sharing the Good News.
How Far to the Promised Land: One Black Family's Story of Hope and Survival in the American South
Esau McCaulley: The Streets Sent Me to the Pulpit
But then my path to preaching took an unexpected turn.
Impossible Christianity: Why Following Jesus Does Not Mean You Have to Change the World, Be an Expert in Everything, Accept Spiritual Failure, and Feel Miserable Pretty Much All the Time
Since When Did Pleasing God Become an Unattainable Ideal?
His servants aren’t meant to feel like spiritual failures.
Social Justice for the Sensitive Soul: How to Change the World in Quiet Ways
Some of My Social Justice Allies Are Terrifying, and I Value Them for It
“Sensitive” types like me won’t always mesh with more intimidating activists. But we need each other to thrive.
Race for Revival: How Cold War South Korea Shaped the American Evangelical Empire
When American Evangelicals Needed a Reputational Boost, They Turned to South Korean Evangelicals
In the second half of the 20th century, each group used the other as a ticket to legitimacy at home and abroad.
The Generations Project: Bridging Generational Divides in the Singapore Church
Gen X Dropouts Widen the Generational Divide among Singapore Christians
Interviews with 63 churches reveal an urgent need for greater mutuality in relationships.
Elisabeth Elliot: A Life
Elisabeth Elliot Was a Flawed Figure God Used in Extraordinary Ways
No less than her martyred husband, she could be inspiring and frustrating all at once.
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