Latest Release from Joshua Press by Dr. Jerry Bergman

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Above is the cover of our latest book by Dr. Jerry Bergman, How Darwinism corrodes morality. This book looks at how Darwinism has adversely affected morality in Western culture, not only sexual morals but also the mistreatment of minority races, the killing of the sick and diseased and the rise of the abortion movement. Key figures of the twentieth century are considered: Havelock Ellis, Margaret Sanger, Friedrich Nietzsche, Sigmund Freud, Benjamin Spock, Karl Pearson, Anders Behring, Breivik and others.

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Book Review The Sweet Taste of Providence

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December 8, 2016

Christine Farenhorst is a Canadian writer with deep roots in the CRC, the daughter of a noted minister. Her gift of historically based storytelling is nowhere more evident than in this collection of devotionally enriching narratives. Complete with biblical references and thought-provoking questions, The Sweet Taste of Providence delights the imagination, stimulates the mind, and nourishes the soul. I am honored to recommend it. (Sola Scriptura Ministries)

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The Grace of Godliness – Video Interview with Matthew Barrett

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The Grace of Godliness-Matthew Barrett from credomag.com on Vimeo.

In this new interview, Matthew Barrett talks about his most recent book, The Grace of Godliness: An Introduction to Doctrine and Piety in the Canons of Dort. Barrett is Assistant Professor of Christian Studies at California Baptist University (OPS) and executive editor of Credo Magazine. Michael A.G. Haykin has written the foreword to the book, and here are some of the book’s commendations as well:

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An Interview with Albert N. Martin about his book Preaching in the Holy Spirit by Brian G. Najapfour

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An Interview with Albert N. Martin about his book Preaching in the Holy Spirit. Grand Rapids: Reformation Heritage Books, 2011, 67 pp., paperback. 

Interviewed by Brian G. Najapfour

Thank you so much for your willingness to be interviewed about your much needed book on preaching in the Holy Spirit. As a pastor, I found this volume a blessing to my soul.

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Great Themes in Puritan Preaching – by Mariano Digangi

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Joshua Press released this pocket gem of Puritan devotion several years ago. The masterful job of compiling and editing was done by our own Canadian brother, Mariano Digangi. Dr. Digangi was the former pastor of 10th Presbyterian in Philadelphia, PA. This the church that was served by the late James Montgomery Boice and now my good friend Liam Golligher. He also served as Senior Pastor at Knox Presbyterian in downtown Toronto and was instrumental as one of the original board members of Ligonier Canada.

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Book Review – The God Who Draws Near: An Introduction to Biblical Spirituality

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The God Who Draws Near: An Introduction to Biblical Spirituality

(Webster, NY: Evangelical Press, 2007), xx + 120 pages.

Reviewed by Brian G. Najapfour

Michael A. G. Haykin, currently Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, is undoubtedly one of the authorities when it comes to the subject of Christian spirituality. He knows the subject very well both scripturally and historically, as evident in his book—The God Who Draws Near. Packed with biblical references, and sprinkled with illustrative stories and quotations from Reformed, Puritan and Evangelical writers, this small book is an outstanding primer to biblical spirituality.

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Book Review – Divine Discourse: The Theological Methodology of John Owen

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Divine Discourse: The Theological Methodology of John Owen (Texts and Studies in Reformation and Post-Reformation Thought).

Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2002, 215 pp.

Reviewed by Brian G. Najapfour

Divine Discourse is a revised version of Rehnman’s dissertation (1997) which seeks to understand the basics of Owen’s theological thought through Owen’s discussion of issues pertaining to prolegomena. Rehnman is convinced that prolegomena, which he defines as “the technical foreword that sets out the principles, premises and presuppositions of what is to come” is a fruitful area of study in understanding Owen’s thought (p. 15). He argues that it is in this prolegomena where Owen’s intellectual position is most clearly seen. Hence, for Rehnman, anyone who desires to comprehend Owen’s mind should begin with the study of his prolegomena.

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