The Gospel-Driven Life by Michael Horton ($2.99); How to Study the Bible by Richard Mayhue ($3.99); Together by Carrie Ward ($2.99); One Bible Many Versions by Dave Brunn ($2.99); New from Puritan specialists GLH Publishing is On Temptation by John Owen ($0.99).
Headed for a Crash - Jamie Brown attended “the National Worship Leader Conference, hosted by Worship Leader Magazine, featuring many well-known speakers and worship leaders.” He spotted a disturbing worship trend that we all need to guard against.
The Trauma of Abuse - Wendy Alsup writes about the trauma of abuse and the blessing of repentance.
Tom Nettles - Tom Nettles, historian and professor at SBTS, has just announced his retirement from full-time teaching. Here’s an interview with him.
To Set the Captives Free - Tullian announces that he has left the Gospel Coalition site as his blogging platform. Question for my readers: Do you understand the context behind this? Do you understand the law/grace distinction behind this battle? I’m thinking of trying to clarify it in my own mind and perhaps write about it.
Are Youth Groups Bad? - Ed Stetzer asks and answers.
The Least Popular Book - Apparently Obadiah is the least popular book in the Bible. David Murray gives you 6 motives to give it a study.
Faith does not eliminate questions. But faith knows where to take them. —Elisabeth Elliot