Logos March Madness has come down to the final four. You can vote for your picks here: Bock vs Wright and Packer vs Marshall. You can also get 45% off authors who were eliminated in the last round.
Don Carson, Graham Cole, Douglas Sweeney, and Harold A. Netland teamed up to write this article that compares Islam and Christianity. “Rather than trying to answer directly whether Christians and Muslims worship the same God, it’s more helpful to consider similarities and differences in the beliefs of Muslims and Christians, noting areas of both agreement and disagreement.”
Vance Christie writes about William Sangster: “When he learned of the diagnosis, he made four resolutions: ‘I will never complain. I will keep the home bright. I will count my blessings. I will try to turn it to gain.’ Later he wrote: ‘There have been great gains already from my sickness. I live in the present. I am grateful for little things. I have more time – and use it – for prayer.’”
Check out this week’s deals at Westminster Books for some good deals on apologetic books for new and young believers.
It its own way, the tragedy in Brussels points us to Calvary.
BBC: “We filmed a garden orb web spider building their amazing spider web in this time lapse as well as slow motion footage as they capture their first prey with it!”
Pastors preparing that Good Friday message may wish to give this article a read to ensure they aren’t making these mistakes.
This Day in 1820. 196 years ago today, blind hymn writer Fanny Crosby was born. *
There is a good challenge here for pastors. And, as it happens, this passage was in my morning Bible reading, so I especially appreciated the application.
How many trees are there in the world? This video takes a shot at an answer. Turns out that previous estimates were way off.
Fighting sheep are strange animals, and fighting Christians are self-evident contradictions. —C.H. Spurgeon