This book can be ordered on Amazon. The study guide can be downloaded and shared.
Jared Alcantara of Baylor’s Truett Theological Seminary develops what it means to transgress one’s cultural identity for the sake of the gospel. He finds in Gardner C. Taylor a forerunner of the improvisational-intercultural proficiency that he is after.
The authors’ of The Faith of Donald J. Trump draw a modest conclusion: the President believes in God. Beyond that it is hard for David Brody and Scott Lamb to say. Three hundred pages give ample proof that Trump is very receptive to praise and he enjoys being prayed over. The President welcomes the attention of enthusiastic evangelicals who make up a crucial segment of his political base.
Matthew 5-7 has been my go-to-text for discipleship training. The Sermon is Jesus’ cross-cultural manifesto, relating the gospel of grace to all ethnicities, races, genders, locations, denominations, and social-economic classes.
The Sermon on the Mount is a gift that does justice to both the believer’s internal character development and external behavior, to the mission of the church and the need for missions, to the individual person and to the body-and-soul-in-community, and to the present as well as the future. I invite your interaction at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professor Bruce Waltke offers the following endorsement:
“Doug Webster, professor of Pastoral Theology and Christian Preaching at Beeson Divinity School, in his splendid work, The Psalms: Jesus’ Prayer Book aims “to sync life with the Psalms.” He successfully achieves this aim by his judicious use of scholarship with his own insights into the wisdom of the psalms and into the human condition. But he does more. By combining his spiritual words with the Spirit-inspired psalms he transforms the believer’s life into the image of the Lord Jesus Christ of whom the psalms speak. Here is a book that readily provides rich spiritual material for personal and pastoral application.”