I found just one Kindle deal today, but you can’t get a better price: Anthony Carter’s book Blood Work: How the Blood of Christ Accomplishes Our Salvation, an ideal pre-Easter read, is free for a limited time.
This is exciting to hear! “For the first time since diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba were restored, one of the world’s largest private Bible collections was made available to all Cuban people – free and open to the public daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. – on display from February 6 – March 13.”
Though the questions are actually an advertisement for a course, they are great questions.
Erik Raymond: “Without minimizing the importance of the election or impugning anyone who is a political junkie, I want to offer a gentle reminder for Christians who might be getting a little too wrapped up in the election. Call it a gentle calibration.”
Donald Whitney explains how and why God “calls us to live the Christian life with the full—though God-centered—use of our minds and judgment and everything else that is a part of our humanity.”
This is a good bit of writing: “In the storyline of the Bible, this question pierces to the heart. Will you trust God? In some ways, this question is the very essence of true discipleship. Jesus calls each of us to turn from our former lives of death and sin and turn to a life of following him. That is predicated on this very question: do you trust God?”
This Day in 1758. 258 years ago today, pastor and scholar Jonathan Edwards died in New Jersey. *
“Atheists and skeptics usually try to discredit the New Testament by indicating that it was written hundreds after the events. Is there evidence for this claim?” Frank Turek answers.
This ugly news broke yesterday: “This weekend, Tullian Tchividjian’s past two churches confirmed rumors that the Florida pastor had another affair prior to the one that prompted his resignation last summer.”
Depth in the word produces height in worship, length in ministry, and breadth in outreach. —Steven Lawson