Today’s Kindle deals include just a couple that are new, interesting, and distinctly Christian. However, Amazon has Kindle versions of travel and adventure books on sale today if you’re looking for something a bit different.
CBD is having a It’s Black Friday Again sale and have a few noteworthy deals on Bibles (ESV Study Bible, MacArthur Study Bible) as well as a number of books and commentaries (Church History in Plain Language, The Pursuit of Holiness, The Treasure Principle, etc).
Christianity Today remembers Thomas Oden who died a couple of days ago. So, too, does Al Mohler in I Loved Heresy…But the Holy Spirit Found Me.
There’s a good challenge here: Christians are right to be people of the book, but Moore faculty member Simon Gillham asks if we can we do it without being quite so “bookish”.
Here’s a long and helpful article about sleep. And, somewhat related, here’s a video: How Does Your Body Know What Time It Is?
I appreciate Denny Burks remarks here on fake news.
This is a neat introduction to Christmas Evans, the one-eyed preacher from Wales.
This Day in 1520. 496 years ago today Reformer Martin Luther burned Pope Leo X’s bull ‘Exsurge Domine’ in public. Among other things this document demanded Luther recant his position on justification by faith alone. *
I enjoyed this interview with a young missionary.
There are many ways to answer the question, but I enjoyed this attempt.
There is something perverse within us that rejoices just as much at their downfall as it did at their elevation. The satisfaction we feel in seeing them gain authority is matched only by the satisfaction we feel in seeing them lose that authority.
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Be often among the godly. They are the salt of the earth, and they will season you.—Thomas Watson