John Piper’s got a new book, A Sweet and Bitter Providence. About the book:
The timeless themes of sex, racial tension, and God’s perplexing and perfect plans are as much a part of our human experience today as they were for Ruth and Boaz over three thousand years ago.
In A Sweet and Bitter Providence, the book of Ruth comes alive as a story of how God uses the most dangerous and tenuous circumstances to accomplish his wise and gracious purposes.
Here’s the trailer:
In other news
Christianity Today interviews Brit Hume, the former news anchor who appealed to Tiger Woods to turn to Christianity.
Bob Kauflin offers some reflections on turning 55
In case you missed it
Here are a few of this week’s notable posts:
A review of Marva J. Dawn’s In the Beginning, God
“Perhaps I’ll be like Peter in his bravado…” Steve Timmis on giving up our lives for the gospel
The Perfect Worshipper, a few thoughts on Psalm 15
D.A. Carson on what the Church in America needs