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The following article is an excerpt from my book, Pulpit Supply Handbook: Answering Twelve Frequently Asked Questions. I was recently reminded of an article Dr. Al Mohler posted almost 9 years ago, entitled “A Call for Theological Triage and Christian Maturity” (click … Continue reading
Crossway has good deals on several books now through April 20 (Kindle editions). Preaching the Cross is a good collection of written versions of the messages delivered at the 2006 (inaugural) Together for the Gospel conference. Included are two very helpful … Continue reading
In our highly technological age, we often assume that any problem can be tackled with a computer program, mobile app, or invention. And we certainly have seen a number of needs addressed. I use my phone on a daily basis … Continue reading
95% of people who read the first paragraph of this article will not finish it. According to a study done by the …. okay, just kidding. Seriously, though – have you ever considered why we use statistics and what they … Continue reading
Here are links to the four articles in this series: 1. How NOT to use a Bible commentary 2. How TO use a Bible commentary 3. How to CHOOSE a Bible commentary 4. Where to FIND Bible commentaries