Kindle users may want to look at a couple of deals: One Race, One Blood by Charles Ware and Ken Ham ($4.99); The Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer ($3.91). Meanwhile, Logos users will want to grab this free download: Brothers, We Are Not Professionals.
Quick Tips on Spiritual Growth - Erik Raymond offers some “quick tips on spiritual growth.” But don’t be fooled—there’s nothing quick and easy in the Christian life!
Twenty Years and Counting - Be sure to read this amazing account of Al Mohler’s time at Southern Seminary. Few people know or remember the kind of hostility he faced when he first began there. He also talks about the systematic theology he hopes to write in the future.
Packer’s Systematic Theology - Michael writes about J.I. Packer’s long-awaited Systematic Theology. He and Packer are looking for prayer that Packer will be able to complete it.
Broken Vows - Aaron Armstrong reviews a recent Cruciform Press title, Broken Vows: Divorce and the Goodness of God. And while on the subject of divorce, TIME has a few points about why second marriages are often more difficult than first marriages.
The Russia Left Behind - “On the jarring, 12-hour drive from St. Petersburg to Moscow, another Russia comes into view, one where people struggle with problems that belong to past centuries.” It makes a very interesting article.
The church is a school for sinners, not a museum for saints. —Anthony Thiselton