Nourishment from the WordNourishment from the Word
Kenneth L. Gentry, Jr., ThD

This book is for serious Christians following the Biblical goal to “be a good servant of Jesus Christ, constantly nourished on the words of the faith and of sound doctrine” (1 Tim. 4:6). In a world of malnourished Christians, Dr. Gentry, leads hungry believers to solid food so that they might grow in grace. He provides a banquet of nourishing entrees, too seldom found on the menu of the modern evangelical church, to help you grow in your understanding. Dr. Gentry’s intentional deep study of Holy Writ, and his precise and gentle, loving style of communicating, make this book a must for pastors and laypersons alike who want to follow Jesus lovingly, obediently, and wisely.

We need to consume the meat and not just the milk of theology. Wisdom is the principle thing, so says the the Word of God; it comes from the fear of the Lord, from knowledge (Epistemology), understanding of reality (Ontology), and God’s Law (Theonomy), developing our faith by the hearing and reading of God’s revelation.

Come, eat, and be satisfied

Jerry's Bookshelf: Hand-Picked Readings
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Now on the Bookshelf:
The Lost Shipwrek of Paul
by Robert Cornuke

On September of 2000, Bob Cornuke flew to Malta . That trip marked the start of nearly two years of research and discovery in search of the lost anchors described in Acts. In 2002 Jerry & Gail Nordskog joined the expedition team searching for the "last" anchor of St. Paul's ship, with Bob Cornuke and a videographer and camera crew.The true story of The Lost Shipwreck of Paul reads like a gripping fiction novel, as Cornuke takes readers along with him into the investigation. Using techniques he learned as a police officer and crime scene investigator, he probes each angle of the mystery.

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Read the article that appeared in Powerboat Magazine and the Chalcedon Foundation web site detailing the trip in the spring of 2002