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September 23, 2015 Resources: “Authenticity”; Worship; Heaven Tourism; Is My Bible God’s Word?

We live in “The Age of Authenticity” – and that’s not necessarily a good thing.

Worship in Creation

The Heaven Tourism industry grows larger all the time. What are we to make of these supposed experiences (and their million dollar book deals)?

Can we be certain that the Bible we hold is God’s Word? (both the audio and the article below it are helpful)


March 3, 2015 Resources: News is Bad; Word-less “Church”; Heart Prep; Inerrancy

Some resources for your consumption…several good articles and a conference livestream happening this week:

News Is Bad For You (not exactly a shocking revelation)

How can  a Word-less “Church” come anywhere near the biblical command to let the Word of Christ dwell richly in us?

Something every Christian ought ot be doing regularly: Preparing Your Heart for Worship

The Inflexibility of Inerrancy is part of a blog series pointing out the fact that many evangelicals pay lip service to Biblical inerrancy, yet eviscerate this crucial doctrine with their actions. It’s another reminder that just because someone makes a claim does not mean that claim is true (even if the ones claiming it actually believe themselves). Test everything.

The Inerrancy Summit Livestream is a link to a conference happening this week with speakers such as RC Sproul, Ligon Duncan, John MacArthur, Alistair Begg, Carl Trueman, Mark Dever, Sinclair Ferguson, Kevin DeYoung, and at least half a dozen more defending the doctrine of inerrancy.

February 23, 2015 Resources: Biblical Confession; Inerrancy; Workplace Evangelism; To Lent or Not to Lent?

Lots of good and timely resources today, enjoy!

Picking and Choosing Our Piety

Liturgy is cool

Incredibly helpful article on “workplace evangelism” that applies much more broadly to how we evangelize in any context. (Part 2 here)

What does biblical confession look like?

It is disingenuous to espouse an inerrant and authoritative Bible while playing fast and loose with its contents.

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