Today’s Kindle deals include Recapturing the Voice of God by Stephen Smith ($4.99); Preaching the Old Testament by Scott Gibson ($1.99); Picture Perfect by Amy Baker (free); Salvation and Sovereignty by Kenneth Keathley ($2.99). New from GLH Publishing is Thomas Boston’s The Crook in the Lot ($0.99).
Joe Carter’s article will get you caught up on the Syrian refugee controversy (as it pertains to inviting refugees into America).
Mike Riccardi uses Mohler’s theological triage to attempt to sort the bad doctrine from the outright heresy.
“Everything’s accelerated these days, and the same must be said for grief online. The Internet cycles through all five stages in as many tweets. We find it hurtling toward us: unavoidable, wall-to-wall.”
Microsoft Windows turns 30 this week. Here’s a visual tour of its history. How many of these versions did you use?
Here is a selection of words and phrases you may use (especially if you’re a preacher or church leader) that really have no meaning.
This Day in 1541. 474 years ago today at the age of 32, John Calvin established a theocratic government in Geneva, which provided a home base for Protestantism throughout Europe. *
Time shares the 7 most fascinating letters from their archives. They come from Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy, Harry Truman, and Tennessee Williams, among others.
Christianity Today: “About 2 out of 5 Protestants who call themselves evangelicals no longer qualify under a new definition of what true evangelicals believe. Meanwhile, 1 in 5 Protestants who don’t self-identify as evangelicals actually have beliefs matching the new definition of evangelical.”
Any theology that does not lead to song is, at a fundamental level, a flawed theology. —J.I. Packer