The resurgence of Reformed theology over the past ten years has been very exciting. I am hopeful that the next resurgence will find the YRR folks making their way to a more explicit adherence to confessional reformed theology
Thabiti Anyabwile’s new book, The Life of God in the Soul of the Church: The Root and Fruit of Spiritual Fellowship, is $8.99 (40% off) at WTS Books right now. I’ll be posting a review of this book soon, but I’d highly encourage getting a copy—especially for this price!
Propaganda is equal parts slam poet and rapper. He hits hard in his content and is one of the most provocative rappers around. I’ve listened to him since his Tunnel Rats days, and I’ve always enjoyed him. His skill is undeniable, and he loves the Lord. His new album, “Excellent,” includes a fiery song on the Puritans.
If you’ve been a Christian for any length of time, undoubtedly you’ve been exposed to one or more “proven” methods of sharing your faith. In my lifetime I’ve been exposed to a few of these. They have been helpful in narrowing down the message, helping me get more comfortable sharing the gospel, and summarizing the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.
But there is a danger in relying too heavily evangelistic methods or tools. Here are three that concern me…