A Byzantine Christian Discusses Books on Her Path to Theosis.

  • Book Review: Let There Be Light by Danielle Hitchen

    “Let There Be Light” by Danielle Hitchen is one of the cutest things I’ve read. The board book is from the Baby Believer Primers series whose purpose is to acquaint little ones with scripture and theological terms. “Let There Be Light” functions both to introduce children to scripture and opposites such as light and dark, […]

    Read more

  • Book Review: The Ten Commandments by Kevin DeYoung

    “The Ten Commandments: What They Mean, Why They Matter, and Why We Should Obey Them” offers exactly what its title says. Author DeYoung convicts you, shows you why each of the commandments should be obeyed and how to be obedient to the commands God has given us. Kevin DeYoung has caused me to be deeply […]

    Read more

  • Book Review: “Grief: Walking With Jesus” by Bob Kellemen

    Have you ever been convicted in grief? This book may do just that. But don’t be intimidated! It is a good conviction that I believe will encourage growth within the grieving Christian. “Grief: Walking With Jesus” is not nor does it claim to be a guide for coping with loss. Instead, author Bob Kellemen presents […]

    Read more

  • Book Review: Holy Sexuality and the Gospel by Christopher Yuan

    My first impression of “Holy Sexuality and the Gospel” by Christopher Yuan is that it is touching. Yuan is able to bring a unique experience to the discussion, his own struggle and past with same-sex attractions. He does so beautifully and soundly, not sacrificing scripture in favour of this experience but instead presenting one of […]

    Read more

Join the Community

We’re thrilled to have you here! If you don’t want to miss a post, subscribe here!

%d bloggers like this: