Zondervan is having a “Dive Into the Bible eBook Sale” that includes some useful titles. Grasping God’s Word by J. Scott Duvall & J. Daniel Hays is $9.99, down from the usual $32.99. Other titles include Journey Into God’s Word by J. Scott Duvall & J. Daniel Hays ($3.99); How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth and How to Read the Bible Book by Book by Gordon Fee ($3.99 each); NIV Proclamation Bible ($2.99). Also consider Alone with God and Saved Without a Doubt by John MacArthur ($0.99); What Is Reformed Theology? by R.C. Sproul ($2.99).
7 Areas of Unbiblical Conscience Binding - This article is an especially good one on an especially important area. “To be sure, we should all be zealous to teach and exemplify every principle of holiness taught in Scripture; but more often than not, individuals who are most zealous for holiness fall into the trap of teaching their personal applications of a biblical–or a supposedly biblical–principle of holiness rather than simply teaching the principle.”
Facebook’s News Feed - “The end goal for the world’s largest social network isn’t just to guess what you’ll click on when you’re bored. The company wants to show you the things you care about most in your life, both online and off.”
Fake News - Last week was (another) embarrassing week for Christians sharing fake news. Ed Stetzer gives some advice to consider before you hit that “share” button.
The Christian Passport - “Heaven’s passport is not given because we are religious, moral, wealthy, educated, Protestant, or any other qualification. This passport is given by the grace of God bringing us to birth through the gospel.”
The Art of Discontentment - We need to be both content and discontent. “The world is discontent with less and says, ‘You will find contentment with more.’ God says, ‘Learn to be content with less, and learn to be discontent with more.’”
Be assured, there is nothing new in theology except that which is false. —C.H. Spurgeon