I’m thrilled to announce that my next project, post-Life Explored, will be hosting a brand new documentary about Martin Luther.
At The Gospel Coalition’s recent National Women’s Conference, Don Carson picked up on an article of mine about “The god of Open Options“, originally published in Christianity Today under the title “Imprisoned By Choice”.
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.
My friend Richard Bewes is putting together a helpful resource over at The Sermon.
In case you hadn’t noticed, It has somehow become uncool To sound like you know what you’re talking about?
While watching this video about the persecution of Christians in Ceausescu’s Romania, remember that this is more than a historic horror.
This is Janette…ikz speaking about something very close to my heart. And clearly close to hers too. If you’re anything like me, you won’t be able to tear your eyes or ears away.
Today in 1758, Jonathan Edwards died. Not many books have caused me to sob audibly, and even fewer while reading in a public library, but Edwards’ Images or Shadows of Divine Things is just such a book.
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.