Facing an Empty Planet and the Shock of Global Population Decline

https://open.spotify.com/episode/0jASJMEzjyeqHHuEX1Ebil?si=6Z-Hlz4vRkKvSbkrWEQdtg In 1968, Paul Ehrlich published his bestselling book, The Population Bomb, which predicted the apocalyptic death of millions in the 70s and 80s as the result of over-population. Surely you have heard the nutshell of his argument before: the earth and its resources simply cannot sustain humanity's ever-growing population. Sixty years later, the fact …

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A Review of The Readable Bible

I am a sucker for reader's Bibles, that is, Bibles without chapters and verses. As a lover of the English Standard Version, I regularly use the six-volume edition and the individual volumes of Psalms and Proverbs. But when Crossway (the publisher of the ESV) released a boxset of the four Gospels and a volume of …

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Favorite Books of 2022

https://open.spotify.com/episode/2STxL6aeoJddIoZrCqlej0?si=DTrGBi-7QsmLe34O6AqKtg 1. Be Thou My Vision by Jonathan Gibson This book of personal worship liturgies is fantastic, and I cannot recommend it highly enough. With each pass through this 31-day guide, I have often replaced the creeds with reading through confessions, which has helped to keep the readings feeling fresh. Presently, I am reading the …

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Be Thou My Vision by Jonathan Gibson

Whenever Crossway released Be Thou My Vision toward the end of last year, I noted it with interest yet always had more pressing books to buy. Then in April, I grabbed a copy while meandering through the Together 4 the Gospel bookstore, and it has been without a doubt one of my most valuable purchases …

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Christian Biographies for Young Readers | Book Review

The Scriptures clearly and repeatedly command parents to teach our children the discipline and instruction of the Lord. That is to teach them the Scriptures. And thankfully today there are a multitude of books and resources to help us do just that. So here you can find some of my favorites that I think that …

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God’s Daring Dozen Vol 1 | Book Review

The Scriptures clearly and repeatedly command parents to teach our children the discipline and instruction of the Lord. That is to teach them the Scriptures. And thankfully today there are a multitude of books and resources to help us do just that. So here you can find some of my favorites that I think that …

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Review of Tales That Tell the Truth

The Scriptures clearly and repeatedly command parents to teach our children the discipline and instruction of the Lord. That is to teach them the Scriptures. And thankfully today there are a multitude of books and resources to help us do just that. So here you can find some of my favorites that I think that …

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Review of The Biggest Story Bible Storybook

Each Friday of August, I will be spotlighting and reviewing some of my favorite theological books for children, before we launch into part 2 of The Pilgrim's Progress in September. Below are my thoughts on Kevin DeYoung's The Biggest Story Bible Storybook. My five-year-old daughter and I finished reading this storybook Bible a couple of …

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Right Now Counts Forever

My wife and I have been subscribed to Ligonier’s Tabletalk Magazine for around two years now, and it has been a tremendous blessing to our home. My wife loves the daily Bible study readings, and we often read the articles aloud together. But since we subscribed after R. C. Sproul went to be with the …

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The Social Justice Fault Lines in Evangelicalism

This is the main fault line at the root of the current debate—the epicenter of the Big One that, when it finally shifts with all its force, threatens to split evangelicalism right down the middle. Our problem is a lack of clarity and charity in our debate over the place, priority, practice, and definition of …

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