There aren’t many new Kindle deals today besides Think Biblically by John MacArthur ($2.99) and On Being a Pastor by Alistair Begg ($3.38). If you did not already get a chance to, you may want to browse through yesterday’s Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2015 Deals for Christians and Black Friday Kindle Deals for the Christian Reader since many of the sales are still in effect. (Amazon still has some good deals through the rest of the weekend.)
Is there anything better to get for Christmas than books? Here are gift recommendations from Westminster Books.
This author writes about the death of the video store he worked in. It’s interesting to consider what we lose when we go from a store staffed with people and filled with DVDs and migrate to Netflix.
The Gospel Reformation Network asked Scott Oliphint to respond to a series of questions on holiness in pastoral ministry and church leadership.
“A budget is more than numbers scribbled on a yellow steno pad in response to a crisis with good intentions that will never be fulfilled.” OK, but what is it, then? Brad Hambrick explains.
Marcion rejected certain portions of the Old and New Testaments. And maybe we follow his lead in some ways.
Tomorrow in 1960. 55 years ago tomorrow, Ligon Duncan was born. You can wish Lig a happy birthday on Twitter—but remember to wait till tomorrow!
Whether or not it’s true that Kim Jong-un has told people to imitate his hairstyle, it’s fun to see what various people would look like if they did so.
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Repentance requires greater intimacy with God than with our sin. —Rosaria Butterfield