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Web Reviews of Banner Books 2009 No. 1

Category Book Reviews
Date February 6, 2009

‘A no-fuss, no-nonsense overview of biblical teaching on heaven and hell . . . dedicates equal time to both subjects, first allowing the heart and spirit to recoil at the thought of hell but then comforting it with the knowledge of heaven. Throughout the book Donnelly is pastoral, often challenging the reader and continually returning to the gospel . . .’ [Tim Challies on Edward Donnelly’s Heaven and Hell at discerningreader.com]

Below are links to selected online reviews of Banner titles posted during January 2009. The views expressed are of course those of the respective bloggers. For each title mentioned, a link is also provided to the appropriate page of the Banner online Bookstore, where orders can be placed.

Notes

Tim Challies (Toronto, Ontario) at Discerning Reader.

Both Pocket Puritans reviewed by Terry Delaney (Louisville, Kentucky) at GoingToSeminary.com.

Nathan White (Atlanta, Georgia),on his Shepherd the Flock blog.

Mike Leake (Hannibal, Missouri) on his Borrowed Light blog.

Byron Snapp (Hampton, Virginia) at the Calvary Herald, the web magazine of Calvary Reformed Presbyterian Church.

Byron Snapp (Hampton, Virginia) at the Calvary Herald.

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