When you have found a good idea, it can completely change your life and the lives of those around you. Good books consist of viral ideas that have been poured out onto pages — so to be shared with you! We need to hear new ideas so to grow, so to transform (check out Colossians 1:10).
Here’s what the owner of Brave Reviews says about his website, devoted to keeping people in the know of new Christian media:
“I got sick and tired of only seeing people who don’t like a book sit down and put together a review for it. Brave Reviews exists as a trustworthy corner of the web where people can find unbiased reviews of contemporary texts, whether digital or tangible. I do not believe in a ‘bad book’ (though there certain is bad theologizing). Whether it is a romance novel or a hotly-debated theological text, we as learners should be having conversations with a variety of genres. So now you should be asking what a person who would not give a book a terribly poor evaluation is doing reviewing books. The calling of Brave Reviews is two two-fold simple tasks:
1. Let our busy, over-worked followers, whether pastors, scholars or laypeople, know what books are being published.
2. Let followers know what books are for them and what books aren’t for them — if you only had a dime for every time somebody said, “You have got to read this book!”
It’s a brave task, I know, but in this world of mass media it is a much worthy adventure. Keep up with what is being published, find out what is for you, and why not enter yourself in our massive monthly giveaway while you’re at it?
Grace + Peace,
Your friends at TheBraveReviews.com