On both a personal and a cultural level, ethical questions are unavoidable. In this book, Liederbach and Lenow provide the church with a gift in that they both explain how to do ethics, as well as walking Christians through the moral subjects that are currently being discussed in the public square. This book is a winsome tool that ought to be in every believer’s library.
In the Christian life, it’s helpful to note that faithful men and women of God have gone before us. Indeed, as some have observed, we have the opportunity to stand on the shoulders of spiritual giants from the past. Hudson Taylor is a name many believers know, yet few have delved into the life of this missionary pioneer. Steer’s account of Taylor’s life will encourage and challenge those who read this volume.
In this volume Ferguson spurs readers on to Christ-likeness by discussing some of the essential elements of the Christian life, including: assurance, temptation, suffering, and serving, among others. Ferguson’s aim is not necessarily to present anything new, but to stir believers up to Christian maturity by reminding them of both who and whose they are in Christ.