Posts Tagged “books”
Participants in the June 20-22 General Assembly meeting of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship considered what moderator-elect Keith Herron described as “life in the wrinkle of time between the past and the present,” as Coordinator Daniel Vestal was honored for 15 years of leadership and a strategic report to refocus and streamline organizational structures was embraced unanimously.
When asked why Southwestern Seminary would go around the world to take the Gospel to a hard-to-reach people in Madagascar, columnist Jason Duesing responds with two answers, each revolving around Romans 15 and Coca-Cola.
Jim Tatum, founder of the ministry “Suits for Servants,” died in May at age 85. He was an active member of First Baptist Church in Jacksonville, Fla.
LA MIRADA, Calif. (BP) — La Convención Bautista del Sur, es la denominación cristiana más grande de los Estados Unidos y quizá del mundo entero
Here is a very curious story from a paper in Virginia Beach: The story talks about the difficult conditions under which the Navy special warfare community (Navy SEALs) have to train, including simulated conditions in which they go through rooms that are designed to resemble “a mosque, bank, post office, market and residential compound. In one section, nine chairs painted in primary hues sit behind desks in an elementary school classroom.” The story doesn’t mention it, but something caught my eye: the image that they are using for target practice is unmistakably that of a Muslim woman wearing hijab, with what looks like Qur’anic inscriptions behind her on the wall
A Virginia school board has settled its legal fight to display a set of historical documents that would have included the Ten Commandments at a public high school.
I trust you are enjoying this Visual Theology series of infographics as much as I am. The series has now visited the ordo salutis, the attributes of God, the books of the Bible, Philippians 4:8, the genealogy of Jesus Christ, the Trinity, Philippians 2:5-11, the Old Testament tabernacle, the fruit of the Spirit, Reformed Theology and the One Anothers of the New Testament. Today it continues with a look at the atonement.The atonement is the work Jesus Christ accomplished in his life and death to earn salvation for others
At some point you have to wonder—do we really need more marriage books? With all the books that are out there, is there more that can be added to the discussion? If Justin Buzzard’s new book, Date Your Wife, is any indication, yes
Reading has its own seasons and rhythms.
From CNN’s Belief Blog The voice on the other line was slurred and halting. My childhood hero, I realized, was nearing the end of his life. “Hello, Mr. Bradbury,” I shouted into the phone, so loud that one of my colleagues sitting nearby raised his eyebrows.