Kindle deals for Christian readers
Just a couple of new deals that I’m aware of:
- Life on Mission by Dustin Willis and Aaron Coe—$2.99
- Paul Meets Muhammad: A Christian-Muslim Debate on the Resurrection by Michael R. Licona—$2.99
Ray Ortlund shares an excerpt from Jerram Barrs’ Francis Schaeffer: The Man and his Message (which is well worth reading in its entirety).
This is very interesting:
Professor Jane Dawson of Edinburgh University, who uncovered the letters exchanged with Knox’s best friend Christopher Goodman, has now written a landmark new book called John Knox, launched at St Giles in the Scottish capital on Wednesday.
It is claimed the book will shatter the perception that Knox had no impact outside of Scotland where he remains a significant character.
It will describe how he was a proud member of the European community of Reformed Churches and deeply involved in religious reformation in England, Ireland, France, Switzerland, and the Holy Roman Empire.
Writing was—and still is—something I labor over. It’s not easy work. From research, thinking, writing, editing, and then rinse and repeat, writing can be a long and arduous process. A process I wasn’t interested in until my mid-twenties. But the strangest thing happened to me one day after I turned a graduate paper into a pamphlet: Somebody liked it.
Young people: church is not about you and your feelings. Church isn’t about personal fulfillment as much as it is about selfless service.
Stop treating church like a Broadway show or a therapy session and start serving people. Here are 12 ways to do it.
Buzzfeed is calling for all the kids who had strict, conservative, fundamendalist parentsto grouse about how horrible it was to grow up guided by two strong pairs of hands. I guess they wouldn’t know it from, you know, observing other people, but perhaps the only thing worse than having strict parents is having lax parents.