Book Reviews

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Critiquing books from a conservative viewpoint.

"that I may know Him and the power of His resurrection ...." Philippians 3:10

Title: Uneclipsing The Son

Author: Rick Holland

Publisher: Kress Biblical Resources: Woodlands, 2011.

Length: 144 pages

Foreword by John MacArthur

Reviewed by Nathan Phipps

In his book Pastor Rick Holland goes to the heart of Christianity to bring the believer face to face with the Jesus of the Bible.  His thesis of the book is that in life’s events so many things can get in the way of a believers focus on Christ, specifically sin.  When this happens Jesus is blocked or eclipsed. In order to uneclipse the Son one may have to step back and refocus on who Christ is and what He has done.  Holland’s book is a wonderful reminder and challenge of what it means to be Christ focused.   Amidst all the hustle and bustle of activities, Uneclipsing The Son would be a wonderful reminder of why we are here as Christians. 

Uneclipsing The Son is a biblically sound, challenging, convicting, simple and easy to read book that is vastly more profound than the length of the book would suggest.

(Scripture quotation taken from the NASB.)

Published May 28, 2014

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