- A Theology of Liberation, by Gustavo Gutiérrez (Maryknoll: Orbis Books, 1971, 1988, 2015), 264pp. + XLVI, paper, $16.88
- God’s Super-Apostles Encountering the Worldwide Prophets and Apostles Movement, by R. Douglas Geivett and Holly Pivec (Wooster, Ohio: Weaver Book, 2014), 159pp. + XVI, paper $9.50
- What Does the Bible Really Say About Homosexuality?, by Kevin DeYoung (Wheaton: Crossway, 2015), 158 pp., paper $12.99
- Loving My (LGBT) Neighbor, Being Friends in Grace & Truth, by Glenn T. Stanton (Chicago: Moody Publishers, 2014), 200pp., paper, $14.99
- The Jesus I Never Knew by Philip Yancey (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1995), 288 pp., paper 14.99
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The Truth War by John MacArthur
In this volume rather than targeting a particular movement or concern the author takes a scatter-gun approach. He discusses the emergent church movement, John Armstrong’s theological flip-flop, the dangers of both modernity and postmodernity, ancient and current Gnosticism, the “Prayer of Jabez,” the “Purpose Driven Life” and the need for proper hermeneutics. In addition, there are a couple of expositional chapters on the epistle of Jude and a quick run through of the heresies of ancient church history.
MacArthur moves rapidly and paints broadly as he details the many concerns he rightly believes faces God’s people today. The Truth War is worth a careful reading for its content as well as for its inspiration to hold the biblical line against the wolves that are springing up among the flock of God in the twenty-first century.