Kindle deals for Christian readers
- Heresy by Alistair McGrath—$1.99 (may end at any time)
- On Guard by William Lane Craig—Free (ends today)
- Heroes of the Holy Life by Wesley Duewell—$1.99
Today is also $5 Friday at Ligonier, where you’ll find a whole bunch of great resources on sale, including:
- Heroes of the Christian Faith teaching series by R.C. Sproul (audio download)
- A Survey of Church History, Part 3: A.D. 1500-1620 teaching series by W. Robert Godfrey (DVD)
- Mark by R.C. Sproul (ePub and MOBI)
- Feed My Sheep: A Passionate Plea for Preaching by various authors (ePub and MOBI)
- The Promises of God by R.C. Sproul (Hardcover)
And finally, be sure to check out this great deal on a new curriculum for middle schoolers at the Westminster Bookstore.
Post-evangelicals often present the options as (1) an infallible Bible and an infallible Church, or (2) a correctable Bible and a correctable Church. But if we were to present these options to Jesus or Paul or Moses – or Gregory, Augustine, Aquinas, Calvin, Wesley, Spurgeon and the rest – I suspect they would splutter in astonishment and tell us about option (3): an infallible Bible, and a correctable Church. That, surely, is the way to preserve divine authority and human humility; a word from God that never fails, and people that frequently do.
Really appreciated this piece by Matthew Paul Turner.
David Murray, continuing his series reading through Joel Osteen’s Your Best Life Now:
The more we read and study the Bible, the more painful it becomes when we hear a verse quoted out of context and even used to advocate for the exact opposite of the verse in its context.
In reading through Joel Osteen’s book, Your Best Life Now, this pain is fairly constant. But the worst context-ripping and heart-rending example is Osteen’s use of Colossians 3:2 in Part 1: Enlarge Your Vision.
This is really interesting (HT: Aaron Earls)
All I really want
Red Rubber Studios did a great job on this new music video for Deni Gauthier:
If prayer is the native language of faith and we’re struggling with prayerlessness, then the first thing we need to do is look for a faith problem. There’s a faith breakdown somewhere and until we get that fixed, our problem will remain.
How do we fix this?