Kindle deals for Christian readers
A few new ones for you today, starting with a book for younger readers (8-12), On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness by Andrew Peterson for $1.99. A number of books related to Martin Luther are on sale including:
- Treatise on Good Works—$3.99
- Martin Luther’s 95 Theses by Timothy J. Wengart—$3.99
- When Lightning Struck by Danika Cooley—$3.99
- Listen! God is Calling! by D. Michael Bennethum—$3.99
- Luther’s Prayers edited by Herbert Brokering—$3.99
- Luther’s Christmas Book edited by Roland Bainton—$3.99
Today is also the last day to get the following worship-focused books from Crossway for $3.99 each:
I watched Me Before You in a full theater, with as many teenagers as there were seniors. As time passed, I couldn’t help but wonder: Who’s in here, and what are their stories? I wondered if, among those who felt their heart moved, there were any teenage girls who had suffered sexual abuse and felt worthless, dirty, and disqualified from the love story they’d always wanted. I wondered if the 70-year-old man in front of me might think he’s a “burden” to his children and grandchildren, that everyone might be better off if it weren’t so, if he weren’t so.
Albert Mohler’s summer reading list is always worth a look.
Joe Carter shares why a bill in California is a serious problem.
An open letter written by Jason Duesing, provost at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; Thomas White, president of Cedarville University; and Malcolm Yarnell, professor of systematic theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
This is gold (pardon the pun):
What would the fruit of these conversations be? The only honest answer is, “We don’t know.” Might Trey have still chosen to identify as gay? Maybe. However, might not carrying 20 years of shame have influenced his sense of attraction? Possibly. Would being known (not feeling fake, as carrying a unsharable secret makes us all feel) and loved by his family, friends, and church impact a sense of inauthenticity and emptiness? Undoubtedly. Would it have helped him make a more informed choice about marriage, career, or children? Probably.