Kindle deals for Christian readers
Crossway’s put a number of titles for women on sale:
- Practical Theology for Women by Wendy Horger Alsup—$2.99
- Treasuring Christ When Your Hands Are Full by Gloria Furman—$3.99
- Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin—$3.99
- True Beauty by Carolyn Mahaney & Nicole Whitacre—$3.99
- Glimpses of Grace by Gloria Furman—$3.99
Also on sale:
- Power Perfected in Weakness by Christopher Klicka—$3.19
- Anxious for Nothing by John MacArthur—$3.99
- Found: God’s Will by John MacArthur—$1.99
- 50 Women Every Christian Should Know by Michelle DeRusha—$1.99
- Fierce Convictions by Karen Swallow Prior—$3.99
Erik Raymond (now blogging at TGC, incidentally):
As Christians we have something of a spiritual go-to pitch. When we are in a jam or need answers we shake off other pitches in favor of what we think will get the job done. Whether at work or in the home, physical or emotional, in the church or in your neighborhood—we get into jams. What do we do?
This is for all the tea lovers out there.
No one deserves more blame for this stubborn myth than these two men:
- Andrew Dickson White (1832-1918), the founding president of Cornell University, and
- John William Draper (1811-1882), professor of chemistry at the University of New York.
How many of you would think to ask the question and argue at length over the question of “What season was the world created?” I mean, really, was it spring, fall, winter, or summer when Adam popped up in the Garden of Eden? Were the leaves just turning red, gold, and brown, or were they newly in flower? Was it harvest time, or were the flowers just blooming? Would Adam have to knit a sweater soon, or were things nice and balmy? Or maybe Eden was just perpetually living in summer–kind of like Orange County?
Prof’s study was of 246 men in full-time ministry who experienced moral failure within a two-year period of time. As far as he could discern, these full-time clergy were men who were born again followers of Jesus. Though they shared a common salvation, these men also shared a common feat of devastation; they had all, within 24 months of each other, been involved in an extra marital affair.