Recommended Media (12.5.13)

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Check out Vysro’s “24 Days of Vysro” sale. Each day leading up until Christmas, Vysro is unveiling a new deal. Yesterday’s was a collection of John Piper books.

A Reformed Approach to Science and Scripture [Kindle Edition] by Keith Mathison.

Marriage Matters: Extraordinary Change through Ordinary Moments [Kindle Edition] by Winston T. Smith.

The Explicit Gospel (Re:Lit) [Kindle Edition] by Matt Chandler and Jared C. Wilson.

Atheism Remix: A Christian Confronts the New Atheists [Kindle Edition] by Albert R. Mohler.

Why Cities Matter: To God, the Culture, and the Church [Kindle Edition] by Stephen T. Um and Justin Buzzard.

Renewing Your Mind: Basic Christian Beliefs You Need to Know [Kindle Edition] by R. C. Sproul.

Scripture Alone: Exploring the Bible’s Accuracy, Authority and Authenticity [Kindle Edition] by James R. White.

The Gospel-Driven Life: Being Good News People in a Bad News World [Kindle Edition] by Michael Horton.

Basics for Believers: An Exposition of Philippians [Kindle Edition] by D. A. Carson.

Doxology and Theology: How the Gospel Forms the Worship Leader [Kindle Edition] by Matt Boswell.

When Missions Shapes the Mission: You and Your Church Can Reach the World [Kindle Edition] by David Horner.

Forgotten Songs [Kindle Edition] by Ray Van Neste and C. Richard Wells.

Lost and Found [Kindle Edition] by Ed Stetzer, Richie Stanley, and Jason Hayes.

Ten Who Changed the World [Kindle Edition] by Daniel L. Akin and David Platt.

Risk Is Right: Better to Lose Your Life Than to Waste It [Kindle Edition] by John Piper.

An Article

“Finals week, first things and unfavorable times” by Matt Damico.

Other

“The Big Picture of the Bible” (podcast) via The White Horse Inn.

John Piper’s new poem entitled “The Calvinist,” put to video.

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