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Reformers Recommends: Books on Preaching with David Burke (Christ College, Sydney)

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

 We sat down with David Burke from Christ College, Sydney to discuss his recommended books on preaching. View all the books that David recommends here. Full Interview Transript TE: G'day Tom here from Reformers Bookshop with another Reformers interview. Today we're in the office of David Burke at Christ College, thanks for joining us David... Thanks for having us here in your office. DB: My pleasure. TE: And you teach at Christ's College – can you tell us a bit about what what you're teaching at the moment? DB: Sure, so my official title is "Lecturer in Ministry and Practice"...

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Competing Spectacles

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

Competing Spectacles is a new book by Tony Reinke (author of 12 Ways Your Phone is Changing You and Newton on the Christian Life). In this book, Tony seeks to help us see how we are being pulled to and fro, chasing experiences in the hope of finding something that will satisfy us. He shows how people love spectacles (something that grabs your attention for a time). It's a part of how we are made.

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Reformers Interview: Untangling Emotions with Alasdair Groves and Ed Welch

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

Watch our full interview with Alasdair Groves and Ed Welch here. To see a full list of the books recommended by Aladair and Ed in this interview, click here. Here are some short clips from the interview. Why we should love biblical counselling? What book is a good introduction to biblical counselling? What do emotions...

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Reformers Recommends: Books for Teenagers Part 2

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

 Click Here to download a printable PDF version Books for teenagers are not just found in the children’s section. Expand their (your) reading by finding some easy-to-read “adult” books (general books!) and seek for teenagers to be built up in maturity in Christ - moving from milk to solid food. What I frequently hear from people is “there doesn’t seem to be many good books for teenagers”. At an age where teens are moving from childhood to adulthood, it’s difficult to know what books would be beneficial. Here is Part 2 of my selection of books for teenagers (click here to...

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Reformers Recommends: Books for Teenagers Part 1

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

 Click Here to download a printable PDF version Books for teenagers are not just found in the children’s section. Expand their (your) reading by finding some easy-to-read “adult” books (general books!) and seek for teenagers to be built up in maturity in Christ - moving from milk to solid food. What I frequently hear from people is “there doesn’t seem to be many good books for teenagers”. At an age where teens are moving from childhood to adulthood, it’s difficult to know what books would be beneficial. Here is part 1 of my selection of books for teenagers. One book that...

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