Archive for the ‘Reviews’ Category

“Redemption was a convicting, heart-warming, gospel-drenched read”

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

Justin Ruddy over at the Center for Gospel Culture reviewed Redemption and found it convicting and heartwarming. He also points out the interplay of various ingredients to the book, saying:

Wilkerson’s piece is part exegesis, part redemptive-history, part pastoral theology, and part storytelling.

He goes on to describe each of these parts in more detail in the full review, which you can find here.

J.J. Seid’s Review of Redemption

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

Thanks to J.J. Seid for this kind review of my book. An excerpt:

If you ever meet Mike Wilkerson, thank him. In his concise book Redemption: Freed by Jesus from the Idols We Worship and the Wounds We Carry, released in February, he has diligently summarized the best evangelical theology has to offer on idolatry, as well as the best biblical counseling has to offer on addiction, abuse, recovery, and healing. The footnotes and bibliography alone are worth the price of the book.

Read the full review here.