For our readers who are into Biblical archaeology, here are a couple of articles you might enjoy. First, Christianity Today has an article entitled Biblical Archaeology's Top Ten Discoveries of 2013. Second, the Bible Archaeology website has an article entitled 2013 Roundup of Significant New Discoveries. This article is especially interesting. Note: The picture on the … Continue reading Highlights of Biblical Archaeology in 2013
As it says on the download page: "The ESV Hear the Word Audio Bible MP3 format comes as 8 zip download files, containing a folder for each book of the Bible and 1 MP3 file for each chapter. The M4B format comes as 8 zip download files, containing 1 M4B file for each book (bookmarked … Continue reading Download the ESV For Free This Month
In Some Thoughts on the Reading of Books Dr. Mohler offers six suggestions: 1. Maintain regular reading projects. 2. Work through major sections of Scripture. 3. Read all the titles written by some authors. 4. Get some big sets and read them through. 5. Allow yourself some fun reading, and learn how to enjoy reading … Continue reading Some Thoughts on the Reading of Books by Al Mohler
This video was made by some very creative high school students. I thought it might brighten the day of our readers. NKJ Revelation 19:1-7 "After these things I heard a loud voice of a great multitude in heaven, saying, 'Alleluia! Salvation and glory and honor and power belong to the Lord our God! 2 For … Continue reading Silent Monks Singing Halleluia?
Last Wednesday Doug Phillips resigned from his position as president of Vision Forum Ministries and discontinued his speaking responsibilities as well. Here is the official statement of resignation from the ministry's website: With thanksgiving to God for His mercy and love, I have stepped down from the office of president at Vision Forum Ministries and have discontinued … Continue reading Doug Phillips Resigns From Vision Forum Ministries
Yesterday Todd Starnes posted a disturbing article at Townhall.com entitled Army Briefing Labels Tea Party, Christians as Terror Threats. Here is the first portion of the article outlining the charge: Soldiers attending a pre-deployment briefing at Fort Hood say they were told that evangelical Christians and members of the Tea Party were a threat to the … Continue reading Army Briefing Labels Christians and Tea Party Members as Terror Threats?
On Monday Darren Wiebe, a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and a current M.Div. student at The Master’s Seminary, posted My Open Letter to Mark Driscoll. In it he publicly confronted Mark Driscoll for having lied concerning what actually took place when Driscoll showed up at the Strange Fire Conference with James MacDonald to pass out … Continue reading An Interesting Open Letter to Mark Driscoll
If you want a helpful cite that offers good reviews of and recommendations for quality Bibles, then you will want to check out the Bible Design Blog. This blog is all about how Bibles are designed and bound, as well as the materials used. Here is a brief description of the blog from its … Continue reading Check Out the Bible Design Blog
Although the blog's regular readers already know that I cannot agree with every point John makes when he criticizes his fellow Evangelicals in this area of doctrine (see here), I could not agree more with his assertions in this video.
In the following video the "Joy Quartet" at Pensacola Christian College seek to teach us about the Arminian doctrine of free will. . The following quotation from a sermon by Charles Spurgeon entitled Free Will—A Slave is a fitting response, I think. You have heard a great many Arminian sermons, I dare say; but you never … Continue reading How Might Charles Spurgeon Respond to the "Free Will Song"?