by Robie Day
Here’s this week’s recommended reading, and a great resource as well…
If you don’t have an audio Bible, don’t miss your opportunity to get this great dramatized version of the ESV… FREE!
Dave Dunham has only written two posts in his series entitled “Godliness and Perfectionism“, but I have to say I have already enjoyed reading the first two parts of this series more than any other series of posts I have read this year.
Here’s an important article by Thom Rainer on criticism in the church which all Christians should check themselves against.
For those who are called to creative work, here’s a good article by Jeff Bettger.
I was as surprised as Thabiti Anyabwile to read this, but found it very intriguing to read this post on why W.E.B. DuBois chose not to vote in the 1956.
David Dunham also wrote this great article on one of my favorite bands, Mumford & Sons.
At last, we have reached the end of examining four important concepts in obtaining and maintaining a Christian worldview. As you might recall, John Frame states that the notion of God’s absolute personality, the clear Creator-creature distinction, the complete sovereignty of God, and the doctrine of the Trinity are vital metaphysical characteristics of a Christian worldview. For our concluding discussion we will be reviewing the necessity of advocating a Trinitarian conception of God in our Christian weltanschauung.
by Robie Day
As I read through my list of blogs that I frequent each week, I continued to come across posts that I wanted to include in this week’s recommended reading. I found some to be extremely helpful, while others were just interesting. Hopefully you enjoy them as well.
Looking for a good Systematic Theology textbook? David Dunham offers a quick description of several leading systematic texts. David also began a new series this week entitled, “Godliness and Perfectionism.”
There has been much said about this week’s discovery of the Coptic fragment dubbed the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife. Here, Justin Taylor posted Francis Watson’s six-page analysis of the document.
Many parents struggle with the issue of neo-Darwinian evolution being taught in schools without any mention of intelligent design. Here is a parent’s guide to intelligent design and science education, provided by the Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture.
This is just cool. Petapixel.com posted this photo, stating “This is the Most Zoomed-In Photograph Ever Created by Mankind.”
R.C. Sproul Jr. answers the question, “Who Are the Sons and Daughters of Men in Gensis 6:1-5?”
Tim Challies continues his series entitled “The Essential,” addressing the sin of pride.