Today’s Kindle deals include just two books: Openness Unhindered by Rosaria Butterfield (which I highly recommend) and To Walk or Stay by Lara Williams (which I’m not familiar with).
This week’s deal from Westminster Books is Vos’ Systematic Theology.
Here are 6 deals from Logos you may want to consider if you use their software.
Trevin Wax: “The biggest debate in evangelical circles these days is not over same-sex marriage. It’s whether or not male-female marriage is a ‘core commitment’ or an issue we can ‘agree to disagree’ on. And more and more institutions and organizations are making it clear that marriage is the first, not the second.”
Sam Storms provides a helpful introduction to Ignatius Loyola and the Jesuits.
You’ll find this silly little video very unsatisfying.
It seems that the “Radical” trend has faded a little bit, but Michael Horton’s article on ordinary Christian living is still well worth reading.
A couple of nights ago The Master’s University hosted a summit on the presidential election. John MacArthur was one of the panelists. I haven’t yet watched it, but wanted to provide the link in case you’d like to.
This Day in 1740. 276 years ago today August Toplady, English clergyman who authored ‘Rock of Ages’ was born. *
Jen Wilkin looks at 4 magazines in a magazine rack near you and shows how they portray power.
You can read or listen to D.A. Carson’s brief introduction to biblical covenants.
Thirty-three questions on the doctrine of Scripture.
If you are more concerned about politics than saving souls, then you may be a citizen of the wrong kingdom.—Joby Martin