Kindle deals for Christian readers
Lots (LOTS!) of Kindle deals today from Zondervan:
- Out of the Depths by Edgar Harrell—$1.99
- The Gagging of God by D.A.Carson—$3.99
- Finally Free by Heath Lambert—$3.99
- Pilgrim Theology by Michael Horton—$7.99
- The Christian Faith by Michael Horton—$8.99
- Historical Theology by Gregg Allison—$8.99
- Church History, Vol 1 by Everett Ferguson—$8.99
- Church History, Vol. 2 by Everett Ferguson—$8.99
- Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus by Nabeel Qureshi—$3.99
- The Unbelievable Gospel by Jonathan Dodson—$3.99
- The Gospel at Work by Greg Gilbert and Sebastian Traeger—$3.99
- Reclaiming Love by Ajith Fernando—$3.99
- A Place for Weakness by Michael Horton—$3.99
- Preaching and Preachers by Martyn Lloyd-Jones—$3.99
- Worship By the Book edited by D.A. Carson—$3.99
- To Tell the Truth edited by D.A. Carson—$3.99
- For Calvinism/Against Calvinism by Michael Horton and Roger Olson—$5.99
- The Hardest Sermons You’ll Ever Have to Preach by Bryan Chapell—$3.99
- Know the Creed and Councils and Know the Heretics by Justin Holcomb—$3.79 each
- Evangelism by John MacArthur—$5.69
Be sure to also grab What Do You Think of Me? Why Do I Care? by Edward T. Welch, which is free today.
Kevin DeYoung’s latest, What Does the Bible Really Teach about Homosexuality?, officially releases today and Westminster Bookstore has a great sale on it for the next few days: $10 for a single copy; $8 each when buying five or more; $6 each when purchasing a case (60). Look for a review really soon!
As a strong-willed person (and the parent of a couple of strong-willed little people), this was really helpful.
Rolling Stone magazine printed serious criminal accusations against a campus group, accusations the periodical now admits are completely false. Despite all of this, both the article’s author and the magazine editor will keep their jobs according to the publisher. This matters, and matters to far more people than just those on the campus of the University of Virginia or even to the target demographic of Rolling Stone. Behind this scandal is a larger point. In our society, it’s become acceptable to lie about people and ideas, as long as the crisis created is in line with a perceived social good.
We don’t burn witches anymore. And I imagine all of us celebrate this fact. But what is your justification for saying that the Old Testament no longer applies on these issues? This is an important question because how we answer this determines whether we’ll give muddy responses to contemporary issues related to morality.
As a mostly untrained preacher, I really appreciated reading these ten tips from Peter Mead.
Being strong and courageous was not some kind of self-confident swagger for Joshua. It was trusting God’s promises more than his own strength and acting on that trust. Courage meant faith-filled action in the face of fear.