OK I lied. This blog is about Personal Management – as you can’t manage a constant and time is a constant. Someone who is awesome at ‘Time Management’ has 24 hours in a day. Conversely someone who is woeful at ‘Time… Read More ›
My Reading List for the Next 6 Months.
Over the next 6 months, I am hoping to read the following books. They are a mix of books related to Justice and Entrepreneurialship, which I imagine seems like an odd mix. But with my new job as head of… Read More ›
How to Ransack a Book: Reading Any Book in an Hour.
During my studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, they taught us how to ransack a book: How to get the basic gist of a book in an hour or less. Most of the time I read a book cover to cover… Read More ›
Peter Pilt’s Takeaways From the Book ISIS: The State of Terror.
I just finished reading ISIS: The State of Terror by Jessica Stern and J.M Berger. This blog is not a synopsis of the book rather a few of my thoughts that I will take away from the book. I was… Read More ›
How Islam Treats Women – Reviewing Four Books on This Topic.
For my studies at Fuller Theological Seminary I had to read and review a number of books around the topic of Islam and Women. Here is the review I wrote after reading four books on the topic. I post it… Read More ›
My Thoughts on The Harbinger by Jonathan Cahn
I just read Jonathan Cahn’s New York Times Best Selling book called The Harbinger, in a single sitting. This fact alone means that it must be a compelling read:- and it is. This blog is not a comprehensive book review… Read More ›
Jesus in the Qur’an by Geoffrey Parrinder–A book Review
It is an interesting journey for the Christian to see how Jesus is dealt with in the Qu’ran. In this book report, the major dealings of Jesus in the Islamic Holy Book are identified and discussed. One day Jesus turned… Read More ›
Church Unique by Will Mancini–A book Review
Mancini, Will. 2008. Church Unique:. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Will Mancini apparently “emerged” from the trenches of a local church to become an expert on what constitutes a true biblical church for the new millennium. Having never actually led anything… Read More ›
The Great Omission by Dallas Willard –A book review of this life changing book.
Willard, Dallas. 2006. The Great Omission:. Oxford, UK: Monarch Books The Great Omission is a fantastic read that challenges the very core operational values of each and every local church. Willard’s basic premise is that the Western church is great… Read More ›