JBC Volume 29:2 (2015) PDF
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Table of Contents
- How the Bible Gets Personal David Powlison
- Healing from Post-Abortion Grief Aaron Sironi
- In Her Shoes: One Woman’s Testimony about Abortion and God’s Grace An Interview by Christine Hoover
- A Personal Liturgy of Confession David Powlison
- Going to War Is Easier than Coming Home: Ministry to Combat Veterans Bill Gasser
- More than a Proof Text: “You can’t fix it—but you can come to him” (Matthew 11:28–30) Laura Andrews
- More than a Proof Text: “Your enemies are mighty—but God is mightier” (Psalm 18:16–17) Kristin Maguire
- Ordinary: Sustainable Faith in a Radical, Restless World by Michael Horton Michael Gembola
- The Stories We Tell: How TV and Movies Long for and Echo the Truth by Mike Cosper Catherine Krasinski
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