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Web Reviews of Banner Books 2010 No. 3

Category Book Reviews
Date March 2, 2010

‘provides great encouragement . . . reminds us to perseveringly pray and constantly remember that we have a Savior Who loved us before we ever loved Him and Who always provides what is good for us even in the midst of testing . . . particularly enjoyable to those who enjoy the fruit of Puritan thought and those who desire to work slowly through this text and mine many of the riches found therein.’
(Byron Snapp on The Trial and Triumph of Faith, Samuel Rutherford’s sermons on the healing of the daughter of the Canaanite woman – Matthew 15:21-28 and Mark 7:24-30).

Below are links to selected online reviews of Banner titles posted (mostly) during February 2010. 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.


A Bible Alphabet
A Bible Alphabet Activity Book
by Alison Brown

Beverly Smith at the Christian Children’s Book Review blog.

A Body of Divinity
by Thomas Watson

A series of anonymous comments (and ‘star ratings’) on the GodDiscussion website.

Commentary on The Psalms
by John Calvin, abridged by David C Searle

T C Robinson (Bakersfield, California) on his New Leaven blog.

Lloyd-Jones: Messenger of Grace
by Iain H Murray

Jeff Waddington (Ringoes, New Jersey) on ‘Shelf Life’ at the Reformation21 website (posted in November 2009).

Robert Murray M’Cheyne
by Andrew A Bonar

John Bird (Weatherford, Texas) at Discerning Reader.

The Trial and Triumph of Faith
by Samuel Rutherford

Byron Snapp (Hampton, Virginia) on the Calvary Herald website.

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