Crossway Books, 2002
What makes a Christian book outstanding? A combination of several factors: First, it must be Biblical. The book’s premise must be rooted in a proper Christian worldview. When referring to Scripture, it must be accurate and provide a valid interpretation.
Second, it must be compelling. Alistair Begg has said, “I never cease to be amazed by the ingenuity of those who are capable of taking the powerful, life-changing text of Scripture and communicating it
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Should a Christian drink alcoholic beverages? Christians are divided on the subject. Some Christians, known as prohibitionists, believe that drinking alcoholic beverages is morally wrong. Another group, known as abstentionists, believe that abstaining from use of alcoholic beverages is the wise and loving position. A final group, called the moderationists, believe that drinking alcoholic beverages is acceptable provided they are not abused to the point of drunkenness. All Christians agree that drunkenness is a sin.
Which view is correct?
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Chances are very good that you have personally felt some pain already from this economic slump. Is there a silver lining in the economic cloud hanging in the sky over us? I believe so.
The good news of a bad economy is…
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Could THIS be the best $29 you spend this Christmas?
Boys are definitely hard-wired to be competitive. This morning I overheard our six-year old son say, “Momma, if we have another baby boy, it will be 4-3, but right now it’s tied up!”
ps – No, we are not pregnant.
Ok, I’m not sure this qualifies as contributing to your spiritual growth, but a “merry heart” is a good thing (Prov. 15.13):
God taught me a big lesson about myself through little league. A couple of years ago, when my 4-year-old son was playing soccer, it didn’t take long for us to encounter a real, live, in the flesh, over-the-top father. READ MORE…