On September 1st, God-willing, we’ll be publishing the final piece in the “Explored” trilogy, 15 years after we first published Christianity Explored.
When you read Mark’s Gospel, it’s striking how often Jesus speaks of “the kingdom of God”. Carl Laferton and I have developed a short presentation of the Gospel which majors on this theme. It does it using five simple pictures.
Here’s the second trailer you’ll find on the forthcoming Christianity Explored DVD. Incidentally, it’s now available for pre-order (together with the other third edition resources) at The Good Book Company.
When the new Christianity Explored DVD comes out in May, it’ll contain two trailers for the course. One is for using as an invitation, and the other is for those thinking about running CE.
This week sees the publication of King’s Cross, Tim Keller’s take on Mark’s Gospel. I’ve been reading an advance copy this past week, and it’s outstanding.
It’s been nearly eight years since the last edition of Christianity Explored was published. Today I’m delighted to announce that a third edition is almost ready for release. (If you don’t know what on earth CE is, Kevin DeYoung offers a helpful post on his blog.)
This looks very, very good. Earlier this year I ran Tim Keller’s Prodigal God DVD with some friends in downtown Chicago. It had the habit of unsettling even inveterate Christians with the truth about God’s grace. The follow-up from the same brilliant creative team is The Reason For God DVD.