“We Are Far Too Easily Displeased” by Jon Bloom.
“3 Common Ways to Read Scripture” by Matt Smethurst.
A new, substantial book defending and articulating definite (or “limited”) atonement was just released by Crossway Publishers. The book, From Heaven He Came and Sought Her: Definite Atonement in Historical, Biblical, Theological, and Pastoral Perspective, contains various articles by authors such as Sinclair Ferguson, Robert Letham, Alec Motyer, John Piper, Thomas Schreiner, Carl Trueman, Stephen Wellum, and Paul Williamson. About this book, D.A. Carson says,
Whatever side you hold in this debate, henceforth you dare not venture into the discussion without thoughtfully reading this book, which, mercifully, makes argument by stereotype and reductionism a great deal more difficult.
Monday, at The Gospel Coalition, Justin Taylor posted an interview with the books contributors (see here).
See the following promo video:
The Big Picture Interactive Bible Storybook: Connecting Christ Throughout God’s Story (children’s book) by The Gospel Project available for $2.99 in Kindle edition.
The Big Picture: Making God the Main Focus of Your (The Gospel Project) [Kindle Edition] by Michael DiMarco and Hayley DiMarco available for $2.99.
Recovering Classic Evangelicalism: Applying the Wisdom and Vision of Carl F. H. Henry [Kindle Edition] by Gregory Alan Thornbury available for $4.99.
The Unquenchable Flame: Discovering the Heart of the Reformation [Kindle Edition] by Michael Reeves available for $4.99.
Telling God’s Story: The Biblical Narrative from Beginning to End [Kindle Edition] by Preben Vang and Terry G. Carter available for $4.99.
The Problem of Evil: The Challenge to Essential Christian Beliefs [Kindle Edition] by Jeremy A. Evans available for $4.99.
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