A La Carte (March 25)

Grace and peace to you from God our Father and from the Lord Jesus Christ. With all the interest in Jordan Peterson and what seems to be a growing interest in Jesus, I commend Myth and Meaning in Jordan Peterson, a fascinating book that examines his thought through a Christian lens. Today’s Kindle deals include some Easter-related material. (Yesterday on the blog: Why Do We Add To Our Trouble?) Sometimes the Best Explanation Is ‘Forgive Me’ “Sin infects our syntax. …

A La Carte (March 24)

Good morning! Grace and peace to you today. This week’s special from Westminster Books is 50% off the excellent new biography of R.C. Sproul, which I reviewed here. There are a couple of Kindle deals to look at today. A Catechism on Brotherly Kindness This is an excellent brief catechism on brotherly kindness. “Q. What cools Affection many a time among good men? A. Their affections are often cooled by their differing in some points more remote from the vitals …

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A La Carte (March 23)

The Lord be with you and the Lord bless you today. The Logos March Matchups voting has come to an end. The excellent Zondervan Exegetical series has triumphed, which means it’s 60% off. You can now get that deal and several others. There are a couple of interesting Kindle deals today. I’ll check again in the morning. (Yesterday on the blog: How Long Is the Dash?) Many Out of One? Carl Trueman reflects on Columbia University’s decision to host multicultural …

A La Carte (March 22)

Good morning! May the Lord bless you today and in the week to come. My family has completed our 14-day in-home quarantine after returning from our trip to visit Abby. We’re hoping the rules change before she returns from school in May or we’ll have to do it all again! Today’s Kindle deals includes the entire NIV Application Commentary series. I’ve listed the volumes I most recommend. (Yesterday on the blog: Thy Way Is Best) Do You Have Enough Faith …

Weekend A La Carte (March 20)

May God bless and keep you as you serve him and join together to worship him this weekend. My sincere gratitude goes to Baker Books for sponsoring the blog this week with news of an important and excellent new book on the Trinity. Today’s Kindle deals include the usual batch of Saturday classics. (Yesterday on the blog: R.C. Sproul: A Life) Where Do Christians Go When They Die? Ben Dunson writes about the biblical (and unbiblical) view of heaven. “Although …

A La Carte (March 19)

The God of love and peace be with you today! There is quite a nice little collection of Kindle deals to explore. The Equality Act and the Rise of the Anti-Theological State This seems like an especially important one from Al Mohler, at least for those of you who live in the US of A. “The passage of the Equality Act would mean the death of religious liberty. It would force all religious institutions and citizens to prove to the …

A La Carte (March 18)

Good morning! Grace and peace be with you today. Today’s Kindle deals, like most other Thursdays, include a selection from Crossway. (Yesterday on the blog: Children Who Bloom in an Instant) 6 Questions about the Fear of God Michael Reeves: “I want you to rejoice in this strange paradox that the gospel both frees us from fear and gives us fear. It frees us from our crippling fears, giving us instead a most delightful, happy, and wonderful fear. And I …

A La Carte (March 17)

The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ be with you today! There is a small collection of Kindle deals to look at today. On sale this week at Westminster Books is a good new book on money and finances that addresses a host of common issues and questions. Female Genital Cutting: Understanding A Cultural Practice This is the beginning of a promising series of TGC Africa. “Over three articles, we hope to inform and instruct Christ’s Church about a practice …

A La Carte (March 16)

Grace and peace to you today! Today’s Kindle deals are highlighted by Al Mohler’s A Gathering Storm. (Yesterday on the blog: Drowning in an Ocean of Encouragement) I’m Playing My Harmonica For You This is a wonderful tribute to one of God’s saints. “I admire the way that she cared for her family. She bloomed right where she was planted, and made it her mission in life to create the fertile soil for her family to flourish as well. Then, …

A La Carte (March 15)

Good morning and happy Monday. Grace to you today. I and my family are halfway through our 14-day in-house quarantine following our trip to the U.S. to see our daughter. It was worth it. There are a few Kindle deals today. (Yesterday on the blog: The Penitential Tear) It Was Finished Upon That Cross CityAlight released a beautiful new hymn over the weekend, just on time for Easter. I’m sure you’ll be blessed by it. “Death was once my great …