Westminster Books has discounted a selection of new books from Crossway.
“Working with such couples, I’ve found it interesting to note when the affairs happen. Often pastors get into an affair when ministry is going well, when they are achieving their ministerial career goals and dreams. Why is this so? Why would someone have an affair when everything seems to be going well?”
This is a fantastic little overview of the history of ecumenism. “One of the most devastating attacks on the life and health of the church throughout all of church history has been what is known as the ecumenical movement—the downplaying of doctrine in order to foster partnership in ministry between (a) genuine Christians and (b) people who were willing to call themselves Christians but who rejected fundamental Christian doctrines.”
Randy Alcorn takes on a question with important implications. “Because God promises to reward people differently according to their differing levels of faithfulness in this life, we should not expect equality of possessions and positions in Heaven.”
Here is another of Joe Carter’s helpful FAQ articles.
ERLC tells how religious liberty in India is on the decline. This is background to how Compassion and other organizations were kicked out.
Here’s an answer to one of cinema’s great questions: What happened to Andy’s dad in Toy Story?
Samuel James discusses a statement many people seem to take as truth: “Because theologically conservative institutions and people have been guilty of this abuse, it follows that theologically conservative doctrine empowers and facilitates such abuse.”
Pornography is a topic I return to again and again because I see the damage it is doing and I see the despair of those who are caught up in it. I want to give you 7 good reasons you need to stop looking at porn right now.
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It is not great talents that God blesses so much as great likeness to Jesus.—Robert Murray M’Cheyne