I’ve got no new Kindle deals today, but you may want to take a look at these from Monday: Against the Gods by John Currid ($1.99); Ancient Word, Changing Worlds by Stephen Nichols ($2.99); Inerrancy and Worldview by Very Poythress ($2.99); Canon Revisited by Michael Kruger ($5.99); Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith? by Various ($5.99).
I am enjoying the new series of blog posts at 9Marks that they are calling the 9Marks Mailbag where they simply offers answers to readers’ questions.
Russell Moore answers this question: What Should the Church Say to Bruce Jenner?
This is a helpful little infographic on photography.
Yesterday marked the 30th anniversary of Coke’s biggest blunder.
Have you ever looked at your Bible and wondered, “How do we know that these 66 books, and no others, comprise the inspired Word of God?” So why these 66 books?
Mark Altrogge offers good counsel: Don’t Be Too Quick To Look for Fruit in New Believers.
It’s true you know: You Have Just Enough Time.
Special thanks to RPTS for sponsoring the blog this week.
If we love God’s fame and are committed to magnifying His name above all things, we cannot be indifferent to world missions. —John Piper