Crossways excellent “Theologians on the Christian Life” series is on sale this week at $5.99 per volume: Martin Luther, Jonathan Edwards, John Newton, John Wesley, J.I. Packer, John Calvin, Francis Schaeffer, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and B.B. Warfield. Here are a few more deals: Counseling the Hard Cases by Stuart Scott & Heath Lambert ($2.99); HCSB Study Bible ($2.99); God Is Red by Liao Yiwu ($1.99); The Money Answer Book by Dave Ramsey ($1.99); The Bible Answer Book, The Bible Answer Book Volume 2, and The Creation Answer Book by Hank Hanegraaf ($1.99 each).
Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert - Be sure to grab this month’s free book from Christian Audio: Rosaria Butterfield’s Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert.
The Briefing is Back - Dr. Mohler’s The Briefing makes its return today after a month off. I missed it, and am glad to see its return.
When To Stop Having Children - Deepak Reju offers 15 wisdom principles on when to stop having children.
The Timmy Brothers - The Timmy Brothers and their artisanal water—this video is a near-perfect parody of all the videos out there pitching artisanal products.
Evidence for the Historical Jesus - Here’s a free, updated PDF of Gary Habermas’ book Evidence for the Historical Jesus.
Satan and Sodomy - John Piper: “The supernatural monster who orchestrates the kidnapping, enslaving, and thousand-fold drugging, selling, raping, and killing of girls around the globe, is the same one who has masterminded the murderous cultural delusion — from the highest court to the lowest porn-flick — that the practice of sodomy is delightful, not deadly.” (On a related note but by a different author, you may want to read The Darker, Dangerous Side of Homosexuality.)
While You’re Waiting on God - What do you do while you’re waiting on God? This article offers some biblical answers.
The Gospel in India - The Gospel Coalition continues their look at Christian advance around the world by speaking to a few pastors in India. This is a helpful series.
It is usually considered good practice to examine a thing for one’s self before echoing the vulgar ridicule of it. —J. Gresham Machen