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Review of John Stott’s “Balanced Christianity”

Introduction When books on the issue used by Stott to name this book were on demand many of them were


Literally Leviticus, an alliteratory allusion to uniquely unite contemporary and conservative christians

LITERAL (noun) “Conforming or limited to the simplest, nonfigurative, or most obvious meaning of a word or words.” I will

Publications and Papers

first review for “Praying in God’s Theater”

For the most part, you can find other articles on this book here. Geoffrey Kruse-Safford writes, Joel Watts invites readers