Reformers Bookshop Blog

Book Review: Deeper (Dane C. Ortlund)

Book review by Cassie Watson Think of your worst sin. The one you just can’t seem to shake off, no matter how many resolutions you make. The one ...

Book Review: The Child is Father of the Man (Tom Nettles)

Book review by Cassie Watson Few historical figures are as renowned among evangelicals as the 19th-century pastor Charles Spurgeon. It’s not surp...

Book Review: Truth on Fire (Adam Ramsey)

Book review by Cassie Watson What matters more in the Christian life: knowledge or feeling? You’d probably answer differently depending on your b...

Book Review: The Giant with One Idea (Emily Maurits)

Book review by Sarah Chaudhary A gripping and edifying read about the English abolitionists, their fight against slavery – and the one who starte...

Book Review: 7 Myths About Singleness (Sam Allberry)

Book review by Cassie Watson “It is in the interests of all of us, the whole church, single and married, to understand the positive vision the B...

Book Review: Is This It (Rachel Jones)

Book review by Cassie Watson People might scoff at the idea of a quarter-life crisis, but your twenties can be a disorienting and overwhelming t...

Book Review: Addresses to Young Men (John Angell James)

Review by James Jeffery “What’s the best advice a young man can receive?” It’s a question we not only ask today in the 21st century, but one whic...

Book Review: Everyday Faithfulness (Glenna Marshall)

Book review by Cassie Watson When we reflect on our lives, we tend to think in terms of the big events: graduations and weddings, moving house a...

Book Review: R. C. Sproul: A Life (Stephen Nichols)

Book Review by Bill Muehlenberg Bill Muehlenberg operates the website CultureWatch, devoted to exploring the major cultural, social and political ...

Book Review: Show Me Your Glory (Steven Lawson)

Book Review by Bill Muehlenberg Bill Muehlenberg operates the website CultureWatch, devoted to exploring the major cultural, social and political...

Book Review: Questions Women Asked (Simonetta Carr)

Book review by Cassie Watson Some questions matter to us more than others. There’s a difference between the quick “How are you?” that we throw a...

Book Review: Stott on the Christain Life (Tim Chester)

Book review by Cassie Watson, from casswatson.com John Stott’s Greatest Commitment When I was involved in campus ministry at the University of Sy...