A La Carte (March 23)

Today’s Kindle deals include just a couple of titles, but ones worth checking out. March Madness continues at Logos and that means lots more details. You can get books up to 45% off the list price. Princeton Seminary Reforms Its Views on Honoring Tim Keller And this is what it has come to: “The most popular Reformed preacher and author in America today is not eligible to receive Princeton Theological Seminary’s annual award in Reformed theology and public witness.” Why …

A La Carte (March 22)

Ligonier Ministries will send you a free copy of A Little Book on the Christian Life. It’s a great book at any price. But free? You know what to do… Today’s Kindle deals include a couple of books by Mike Reeves (hint: if he writes it, you read it) and one by John MacArthur. Westminster Books is having their annual sale on ESV pew Bibles. It’s time to stock up! News broke early yesterday on social media that Paul Washer had had …

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A La Carte (March 21)

Today’s Kindle deals include three books that I see on sale only rarely, so they are all worth a quick look. Logos users will be glad to see the Expositor’s Bible Commentary 64% off for a limited time. Albert Mohler: Ask Anything Live Dr. Mohler has been recording some Ask Anything sessions live on YouTube. You can find the first one here and the second in the sidebar. He covers a wide range of issues. Church Hunters: Part 1 (Video) …

A La Carte (March 20)

Today’s Kindle deals include two excellent books by Joe Thorn, several titles meant specifically for preachers, and more. There’s lots to choose from. 9 Things You Should Know About Neil Gorsuch and Supreme Court Confirmations Joe Carter rounds them up since “President Trump’s nominee to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court, is scheduled to start his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee today.” Pastoring Singles There’s a new edition of the 9Marks Journal available and it’s …

Weekend A La Carte (March 18)

Today’s Kindle deals include only a couple of minor deals. We’ll look forward to better things on Monday. A Pastoral Letter to Myself (In the Case that I Fall) This is very sobering and would make for worthwhile reading for anyone who is involved in ministry. When Machines Go Rogue Here’s an interesting one on the uncharted technological waters we’re entering. “What’s happening inside our algorithms? What happens when those algorithms control our cars and planes? Pretty soon, we may have …

A La Carte (March 17)

Today’s Kindle deals include just a few new deals that may be of interest. You’ve got a couple of days left to take advantage of a good sale at Westminster Books. The Invisible Unmarried Mothers of Ireland Here’s the sad story of how unmarried mothers were treated in Ireland not too long ago. Family Link This looks like a neat new service for families (who use Android devices). “With the Family Link app from Google, you can stay in the …

A La Carte (March 16)

I am heading off to the airport for an early flight, but will try to scrounge up some Kindle deals once I’m waiting around there. Stay tuned. [Update: I added a few.] When Should Christians Use Satire? John Piper discusses satire: “One of the difficulties with satire — and I will just say this about myself, in particular — is that it is so difficult to use without sounding arrogant. James Denney said it is very hard to show that Christ …

A La Carte (March 15)

Today’s Kindle deals include some classics that are worth adding to your collection, as well as a couple of more modern titles. Westminster Books is having a mega-sale on the ESV Study Bible. The King James Study Bible is also on sale. We Have Lost the Sense of God Don’t miss this passionate lament and plea from Conrad Mbewe. “I am sorry to say that as I mingle with the younger generation today, I cannot help feeling that this culture of …

A La Carte (March 14)

Today’s Kindle deals include the Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary series. Most of the volumes in that series, which is suitable for all readers, have been discounted. Should We Preach Like the Puritans? Joel Beeke, a great admirer of the Puritans, tells why we shouldn’t try to preach like them. Of Ministers and Marriages You’ve probably always assumed it’s the responsibility of a minster to officiate weddings. But perhaps that’s just tradition. Can Christians Marry Non-Christians? Speaking of marriage, “I want to …

A La Carte (March 13)

Today’s Kindle deals include several good titles from Crossway that deal with suffering. J.I. Packer’s Finishing Our Course with Joy is particularly good and very nearly a must-read. Church or Football? This plea is written specifically for Zambian Christians, but it applies equally to Christians from other nations. A $2 Million Treasure Chest This writer recounts his 5-day quest for $2 million hidden in the Rockies. Yes, someone (supposedly) hid $2 million in the Rockies. The Beauty of Botany Sometimes it …