Book (and movies) Reviews by Christians...and Messianic Jews.


Book (and movies) Reviews by Christians...and Messianic Jews.

This group is for Christians that want to review books (good, bad, anti-Christian, and/or ugly).  If you wish to review a book that is not worth the paper it is written on go ahead.  There are many out there.  Many are found in libraries. 

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Book Review: Who Moved the Stone, by Frank Morison

Started by Zomok, steve Mar 19. 0 Replies

      I purchased this small book in April of 1991. And it was well worth the money, although I can't remember the cost. Its 193 pages are in 15 chapters so a person can easily read a chapter than pause before the next chapter.  This book is well…Continue

Tags: resurrection, apologetics, Christ, Christianity, books

Bible Sharing Time: The American Standard Version 1901

Started by Zomok, steve Mar 4. 0 Replies

In my collection of books and bibles I have two American Standard Versions. One…Continue

Tags: manuscripts, revisions, translations, Bibles

Book review: The Miracles of Exodus, by Colin J. Humpreys

Started by Zomok, steve Feb 26. 0 Replies

This is a 350 page hardback book, written in 5 parts, of 19 chapters, with notes, maps, photos, and a fair index. This book is a book for a Christian thinker, especially one interested in the Exodus and the possible location of the genuine "Mount…Continue

Tags: Moses, Humprheys, miracles, Exodus, review

Book Review: Between Christ and Satan, by Kurt E. Koch

Started by Zomok, steve Feb 22. 0 Replies

This is a small book from my personal library and and 192 pages, yet packed with 6 chapters, full of details about occult practices, and the deliverance offered by Jesus. This was translated into English, then published by Kregel publications.…Continue

Tags: God, Bible, Koch, witchcraft, spirits

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Comment by Zomok, steve on April 4, 2014 at 5:44am

Go ahead and give a book review....

Comment by Zomok, steve on February 5, 2014 at 4:57pm

Does anyone have a collection of Commentaries?  It is true that much of the notes can be viewed online but I still possess a small collection of actual volumes. I have~~~

*Matthew Henry's complete Bible commentaries..(in 6 volumes).

*Matthew Poole's (in three volumes).

*Jamieson, Faussett, and Brown (one large volume).

*Parallel Commentary on the New Testament: Spurgeon, Wesley, Henry (one v.).

*The One Volume Bible Commentary, by Rev. Dummelow.

Comment by Zomok, steve on December 12, 2013 at 11:05pm

Library haul:

I checked these items out from the local library--

*"Who is Jesus", by By Darrell L. Bock.  It looks good thus far.  Darrell Bock is a level-headed cosvertive scholar.. Book report material...?

*"Opening Paul's Letters", by Patrick Gray.  I have not read a single page...

*"The Historical Jesus, five views", by (edited by) Beilby and Eddy.. I have not even opened the covers yet.

*"Eyewitness to Jesus", by Thiede and D'Ancona. Looks good so far but only opened a couple pages...

Comment by Zomok, steve on November 25, 2013 at 5:52am

I changed this group to include movie reviews...!!!!!

Comment by Zomok, steve on November 23, 2013 at 2:20pm

I just picked up a copy of a new book, "All you want to know about HELL" by Steve Gregg and have read through the first few chapters.  I must say that it is a good read.  I am pleased so far.

Comment by Zomok, steve on November 11, 2013 at 12:06am
Join this honest group and give your opinion on some books.
Comment by Zomok, steve on October 24, 2013 at 12:35pm

I am going to pick me up a copy of Steve Gregg's new book, All about Hell.  On his program, The Narrowpath, I have heard him speak of it a number of times.  It looks like it will turn into a classic.  I know that he presents the three basic views: Traditional, Annihilationism, and Restorationism.

Because Steve Gregg does not go along with the common dispensational theology, I am willing to bet that the general Christian bookstores won't carry his book.

Comment by Zomok, steve on October 17, 2013 at 11:32pm

Sometimes I find good reads online.  I found The founder of Christianity, by C. H. Dodd. Dodd was a prominent British theologian, in the middle of the 20th century.  I remember reading this book years ago but here is an online link of the complete text---

Comment by Craig Dressler on September 26, 2013 at 9:45am

Christian Teen Nonfiction

The Christian teen nonfiction book entitled Character Concert covers topics using cartoon-like drawings.  One youth chaplain said of the book: "I was very impressed with it.  The way you have chosen to present the concepts should be very appealing to young people."  Character Concert is available from

Comment by Zomok, steve on September 26, 2013 at 2:06am

Currently reading "Razing Hell" by Sharon L. Baker.  It is a library checkout and seems good thus far.


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