Today’s Kindle deals include just one book, but at least it’s an interesting one.
Westminster Books has a great collection of books on sale, all of them published by Christian Focus.
“Over the past year the church has lost several faithful theologians and authors who have helped shape evangelicals both in America and throughout the world. Here are six men who died this year who were particularly influential on those of us here at The Gospel Coalition.”
This is a reminder that the holiday season brings weeping as well as rejoicing.
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Paul Martin gives this advice: “If you are a young man thinking about preaching, here is my advice. Read your Bible. Read it up and down. Read it until you can almost see the page when someone else references it. Read it and read it and read it. And think hard about it. Don’t let unknown words stay unknown. Don’t let obscure meanings stay foggy. If you really want to serve people, if you really want to love Christ’s church, read and read until you understand and then start telling people what you see. We don’t need more personalities in the church. We need men of the Word. Be that man and you will have answered the question.”
“There has been a lot of talk in recent days about “evangelical” and whether that’s a political or cultural label, a theological label, or inescapably both.”
“Although being actively engaged in the accountability, service, and worship of a local church often takes a back seat to other priorities and emphases among Christians today, the New Testament makes it clear that God reveals Himself and presides especially in the church of Jesus Christ, like nowhere else on earth…”
In this episode of the ERLC podcast, Trillia Newbell and I discuss biblical literacy.
Is the candy cane actually a distinctly Christian candy as so many say?
There are many things that God meant to teach us through the life of Jesus, and one of them is that exaltation comes through humiliation. The way to be great in God’s eyes is to be nothing in the eyes of others.
Oh, my brethren, watch anxiously lest you have to mourn for years over the sin of an instant!—C.H. Spurgeon