Links for your weekend reading:
Ligon Duncan — Chancellor and CEO of Reformed Theological Seminary, as well as the John E. Richards Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at RTS — recently shared his social media strategy.
When you look closely, God’s love is very different from “unconditional positive regard,” the seedbed of contemporary notions of unconditional love.
I love Carter’s discussion with Cavey since it provided such a great opportunity to place such central issues before the eyes of many Christians. Now, let’s do the work of diving into Scripture and pulling out the richness of biblical truth.
Brothers and sisters, get a copy of a catechism and start scattering seeds in the young hearts in your home and church. They’re fruitful for Baptists — and all Christians.
Enter the giveaway to win one of three copies of How to Grow: Applying the Gospel to All of Your Life by Darryl Dash.
This weekend only, download Happily Ever After: Finding Grace in the Messes of Marriage free of charge in three digital formats.