Please make time to listen to this message from Kevin DeYoung: “Never Spoke a Man Like This Before: Inerrancy, Evangelism, and Christ’s Unbreakable Bible” For professing Christians who claim that the Bible isn’t historically accurate…. well, JESUS disagrees with them. Faith-strengthening, encouraging — praise be to God for giving us His trustworthy Word! DeYoung has a book, just released, on this topic, Taking God at His Word. I just read it and I cannot recommend it highly enough (here’s the link for Amazon).
Sermon Description: In this sermon, primarily from the Gospel of John, Kevin DeYoung argues that Scripture’s inerrancy, authority, and sufficiency provides a foundation for both the truth of the gospel and our confidence in evangelism. Christians believe this not because of a modern, man-made ideal of “inerrancy,” but because Jesus himself thought and taught this way. As DeYoung said, “It’s impossible to uphold the Bible more than Jesus did.”
I am working on the final touches of a book addressed to students at Christian colleges, particularly about the compromise some may face in the classroom. Lord willing, it will be released on Amazon Kindle this week.
I’ve also read a bit in The Diary of Alvin York, the World War I hero. Fascinating first-hand account.
Tim Challies says that in our preaching we may be shortchanging folks of the most important thing we can share with them.
The following deals are good through April 30:
John MacArthur’s books on prayer and worry are 99 cents. (Alone with God: Discovering the Passion and Power of Prayer and Anxious for Nothing: God’s Cure for the Cares of Your Soul.)
R. C. Sproul’s The Truth of the Cross is free this month as an MP3 audio download.
The following deals are good through May 11:
J. I. Packer, Finishing Our Course with Joy: Guidance from God for Engaging with Our Aging (99 cents)
Andreas J. Köstenberger & Justin Taylor, The Final Days of Jesus: The Most Important Week of the Most Important Person Who Ever Lived (99 cents)
James N. Anderson, What’s Your Worldview? An Interactive Approach to Life’s Big Questions (99 cents)
John MacArthur, The Silent Shepherd (book on the Holy Spirit) (99 cents)
Mark Dever’s book, The Church: the Gospel Made Visible is 99 cents for Kindle. Gospel eBooks doesn’t say how long this deal is good, but the print list price is $12.99.