He says: Too bloody short! This is one of Energion Publications’ Topical Line Drives booklets, meant to introduce a topic directly by zeroing in on the necessities, but this time the abbreviated coverage left me wanting much more. Maybe that’s a good thing. Well, we kind of expect to hear that the TLD volumes are […]
Tag: Bob Cornwall
Maybe the Spirit is Making a Comeback? Gotta love that line from The Dubious Disciple’s review of Bob Cornwall’s Unfettered Spirit: Spiritual Gifts for the New Great Awakening. You owe it to yourself to read the whole review.
Faith in the Public Square by Bob Cornwall is now available for Kindle. Watch here for it to appear on Nook and iBooks over the next few days.
Allan Bevere has posted a review of Bob Cornwall’s book Faith in the Public Square. While he has a number of disagreements, he concludes: And so, while I have my disagreements, I would encourage readers to engage this book. It is thoughtful and thought-provoking. I may not be able to stand with him on all things, […]
One great comment: There are many reasons to read this book. Personally, I found myself several times closing the book to pray and give thanks and ponder the words I’d just read—how fitting: a book on prayer that prompts the reader to prayer and reflection. … Read more at the Bowden Blog.
A number of people are using Bob Cornwall’s new book Ultimate Allegiance: The Subversive Nature of the Lord’s Prayer (in the Areopagus series) for Lenten readings. Jim Brehler, Senior Pastor, First Congregational United Church of Christ, Jefferson, Ohio has prepared a Lenten Study Guide (though I suspect it could be used at other times) and […]
Pastor Bob Cornwall reviewed Learning and Living Scripture today no his Ponderings on a Faith Journey blog. In summary, he said: The book is written in such a way that it can be a useful tool for a wide variety of Christian expressions. The authors take a moderately conservative approach to the text, but one […]