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Grace Alone

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We are quickly approaching the 500-year anniversary of the event that people often date the Reformation back to — Martin Luther’s nailing of his 95 thesis to the doors of Wittenberg. As we approach this anniversary, there are certain to be many books and articles written on the importance

Christ Alone

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We are quickly approaching the 500-year anniversary of the event that people often date the Reformation back to — Martin Luther’s nailing of his 95 thesis to the doors of Wittenberg. As we approach this anniversary, there are certain to be many books and articles written on the importance

God’s Word Alone

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We are quickly approaching the 500-year anniversary of the event that people often date the Reformation back to — Martin Luther’s nailing of his 95 thesis to the doors of Wittenberg. As we approach this anniversary, there are certain to be many books and articles written on the importance

Reformation Women

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With this year celebrating the 500-year anniversary of the Reformation, there are many, many resources that are coming out about the Reformation. One of these new books takes a bit of a different approach to celebrating this monumental moment in church history by looking at 12 unknown women who were

Pray About Everything

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When Mark Dever says something is one of his “favorite books” about a particular topic, my interest is piqued immediately. That’s exactly what Dever says about a new book by Paul Tautges called Pray About Everything: Cultivating God-Dependcy,“ saying that it is “one of his favorite books on prayer.” That is high

Revitalize

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I first heard of Andrew Davis about 8 years ago when I stumbled across his guide to extended Scripture memory. I knew very little of him then, but I was greatly helped by this excellent resource. Then, a few years ago, I read Davis’ book on discipleship and sanctification — An Infinite

This Is Our Time

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“What if we are living according to the myths of our culture without even questioning them?” In order to answer this question and expose the myths of our culture by shining the light of the Gospel on them, Trevin Wax has written an excellent new book — This Is Our Time: Everyday

No Little Women

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In 2 Timothy 3:6, Paul warns Timothy about false teachers that will come and “creep into households and capture weak women, burdened with sins and led astray by various passions, always learning and never able to arrive at a knowledge of the truth.” Literally translated, Paul says that these

The Dynamic Heart in Daily Life

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One of the great temptations in life is to swing the pendulum too far to one side or the other. This can happen in all manners of life, and even in ministry — from theological issues like hyper-Calvinism to practical debates between approaches to preaching, use of application, etc.

Good and Angry

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Anger. Bitterness. Complaining. Irritation. These are issues that every single person has dealt with and likely continues to deal with. Sometimes we legitimately get angry about things that are wrong. But far too often we get angry at the silly, petty, and trivial things in life. And in both