Today’s Kindle deals include Finding Truth by Nancy Pearcey ($5.99); The Dating Manifesto by Lisa Anderson ($2.99); and What’s Best Next by Matt Perman ($3.99). I especially recommend Pearcey’s book if you haven’t yet gotten a copy.
This year’s ACBC conference gets underway today and you can stream all of the plenary sessions. The theme of the event is Transgender Confusion and Transformational Christianity.
I always enjoy seeing interesting people in action. Like Lenny. “Lenny Shiller is a lifelong Brooklyn resident and classic car collector. He has amassed a staggering 58 rare classic cars, while he also owns hundreds of vintage bikes, motorcycles, and memorabilia.”
I appreciate Jared Wilson’s measured thoughts on taking notes while listening to a sermon.
This article tells why you shouldn’t panic about new technologies, and how people have been getting it wrong all the way back to Gutenberg.
We used to have temples. “Nowadays, we have Apple Release Day—the Feast of St. Jobs—when faithful customers gather outside Apple stores and await the renewal of a next generation iPhone.”
Now Available for Pre-Order. New Growth Press is about to publish another book with Marty Machowski. This book is a systematic theology for kids in the form of “a story of adventure, mystery, and wonder that leads them to the truth about God, themselves, and the world around them.” You can now pre-order it.
Paul Carter has a long and fascinating article about Christians and cultural engagement. He critiques some of the prevailing views and offers an alternative. It’s a long but worthwhile read.
“Few issues weigh more heavily on Christian parents than the salvation of their children. For credobaptists this issue takes on a special significance as we hold to the idea that our children must be converted in order to become Christians.”
Some want to live within the sound of church or chapel bell; I want to run a rescue shop within a yard of Hell. —C.T. Studd