Dane Ortlund's Gentle and Lowly fails to demonstrate what it is explicitly seeking to but beautifully succeeds in doing something else.
Chester argues that the Sacraments are tangible gifts from God. Though his scriptural warrant is sometimes lacking, this is a needed reminder.
Is science the only avenue for human knowledge? Such is the claim of scientism, the subject of J. P. Moreland's masterful critique in Scientism and Secularism.
W. Brian Shelton offers a reasoned and irenic defense of prevenient grace in this valuable volume, however his argument is ultimately unsuccesful.