I can’t think of a better introduction to Christopher Ash’s new commentary, Job: the Wisdom of the Cross, then this promotional video for John Piper’s poetic rendition:   Christopher Ash has put John Piper’s poetry to prose in this wonderful commentary. I often found myself with a new desire to read and study Job as…

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Each week we will be highlighting important resources. Check back each Friday to see what we have dug up for you. From this week’s cache: 1. 4 Dimensions Of Exposing Faulty Worldviews: Dave Jenkins – Jenkins says, “We live in a rapidly changing world where many voices are calling for Christians to compromise on matters…

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Until recently, the topic of miscarriage was a bit taboo. Those who experienced such painful losses tended to keep them quiet, entrusting their grief only to their closest family members and friends—if anyone at all. For this reason, miscarriage has historically been treated with kid gloves. It’s something that we know happens, but for most…

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This article continues a series on the examination of the Bride of Christ that started with Introducing the Princess Bride and most recently the Curse of Eve: Part One which dealt with the childbearing aspect of Eve’s curse in Genesis 3:16. The second major section of the curse is about Eve’s relationship to her husband.…

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In the new issue of Credo Magazine, “Let the Children Come to Jesus,” Simonetta Carr has contributed an article called, “Why Children Must Learn Church History.” Simonetta Carr, a former elementary school teacher, has been a home-schooling mother for many years. As a writer, she has contributed to newspapers and magazines around the world and has…

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Tim and Kathy Keller have been married for many, many years. They have teamed up to put out a book on marriage called Meaning of Marriage: Facing the Complexities of Commitment with the Wisdom of God. Here is what the book is about:   Based on the sermon series by Timothy Keller, this book shows…

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Each week we will be highlighting important resources. Check back each Friday to see what we have dug up for you. From this week’s cache: 1. A Case For Public Discipleship: Kevin Garcia – Garcia says, “What we talk about and the words we use when we approach discipleship are important. If the direction of our…

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The narrative of God’s curse on Eve is iconic. The danger with iconic narratives in Scripture is that we do not take the time to ensure that we understand them, or worse yet, we might press application from a wrong understanding. We have already seen that the weight of the fall is attributed to Adam…

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In this video below, produced by Crossway, Professor R. Kent Hughes shares five questions he asks himself as a pastor before ever Sunday morning: Do I love Christ? Has this text plowed my soul? Do I believe what I’m preaching? Where does my confidence lie? Is my mic working? His new book, The Pastor’s Book: A Comprehensive…

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Each week we will be highlighting important resources. Check back each Friday to see what we have dug up for you. From this week’s cache: 1. A Summary of GOD’S KINGDOM THROUGH GOD’S COVENANTS: A CONCISE BIBLICAL THEOLOGY, by Peter J. Gentry and Stephen J. Wellum– Check out this book review over at Books at…

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In the new issue of Credo Magazine, “Let the children come to Jesus,” Jessalyn Hutto has contributed an article helping parents navigate the plethora of Children’s Bibles on the market. Her article is titled: “Children’s Bibles: Which One?” Jessalyn Hutto is a regular contributor to Credo Magazine. Her passion for theology led her to create the…

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