A La Carte (4/20)

Mary Kassian on The Shack
Mary Kassian, author of The Feminine Mistake writes about William Young’s portrayal of God in The Shack: “The Shack contains terribly wrong concepts about God. Plain and simple. If you think it doesn’t, then you’re well on your way to accepting the image of the Christa on the cross. In a few years, you’ll be hanging her up in your church. I don’t think I’m overstating the case.”

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Venturing Some More
My friend Ryan offers some good thoughts on trusting Christ even through difficult circumstances. “We are depending daily on God’s provision for meeting our needs. Now, I do realize that even Bill Gates relies on God for his very life and comforts each day (whether Bill knows it or not), but being strapped for cash makes that dependence more tangible. But I began to examine how much I was really trusting in God, and found resistance in different areas of my heart.”


Twin Lakes Audio
The audio for Twin Lakes Fellowship is now available online. Speakers include Ligon Duncan, Derek Thomas and Terry Johnson.


Need Calvinized?
Dr. David Murray brings a video introduction to Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary’s upcoming conference “Calvin for the 21st Century.” He wants you to know that this conference is targeted not primary at pastors or seminarians but at “ordinary Christians.”


Deals of the Day from Monergism Books
Monergism Books is offering two titles at a 53% discount: Fathers & Sons: Stand Fast in the Way of Truth and Fathers & Sons: Hold Fast in a Broken World. Also, Revolutions in Worldview is available at a 50% discount.


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