A Book Review of What Does the Bible Really Teach? by the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society

A group of people studying the Bible together.

I will be the first to admit that the Bible can be challenging to understand. It takes effort and diligence to find what it teaches on many topics. Nearly all of them are discussed in a variety of sections of the Scriptures. Because of this, some may be interested to read What Does the Bible Really Teach? by the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society as a study aid.

A Book Review of Protecting Your Home From Spiritual Darkness by Chuck D. Pierce and Rebecca Wagner Sytsema 

In the dark of night a small log cabin can be seen in the bottom left corner of the image. Its lights are on, but nobody is visible from the outside. A river is near the house. Rolling fog is over the water. The moon stands watch near the top of picture.

I am a strong proponent of protecting the family both physically and spiritually. As a husband, father, and man, I consider defending my family to be one of my most important duties. Because of this, when I first found Protecting Your Home From Spiritual Darkness, I was immediately interested in its subject matter.

A Book Review of The 100 Most Important Events in Christian History by A. Kenneth Curtis, J. Stephen Lang, and Randy Petersen

A Statue of Martin Luther from Dresden, Germany.

The 100 Most Important Events in Christian History seeks to accomplish a very difficult task. That is to provide a fair list of the 100 most important events in Christian history in just over 200 pages. They strive to provide an overview of events in the perplexing history of the people of God that will provide a convenient look at major contours and catalysts that have shaped Christianity.

A Book Review of Blasphemy by Asia Bibi

A ruined prison cell. Almost half of the walls don't have paint on them, and the floor is just dirt. There is a bed frame, but it is leaning up against a wall. There is a toilet in the corner, with no way to flush it.

Blasphemy, by Asia Bibi, is the memoir of a Catholic woman who was sentenced to death over a cup of water. It tells the story of a simple, illiterate farmer's daughter who was accused of blaspheming against Mohammed and the religion of Islam. This book records what led up to her imprisonment, the first two years of her terrible treatment, and attempts to free her.