Recommended Media (12.13.13)

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What is Reformed Theology?“Who Should Women Teach?” by David Schrock. The question fro complementarians is not whether should women teach but who they should they teach.

“As Cool As the Other Side of a Calvinist” by Marshall Segal.

We should ask ourselves, does our understanding of God — his love and wisdom and power — does it leave us embarrassed of God in certain passages of the Bible? Do we feel like we have to explain him out of evil and suffering? If so, maybe we haven’t seen the fullness of who God really is in Scripture.

If Calvinism isn’t relevant for our life today — even the mundane details of our life — we should reject and ignore it. Sadly, I think most people make that judgment without every really asking the question.

“7 Ways Social Media Makes Pastoring More Difficult” by Mike Leake.

“On Football, Warrior Culture, and Manhood” by Owen Strachan.

The Bible’s definition of manliness is not un-physical but pre-eminently spiritual. Sure, godly men will hold doors, protect women and children, carry in groceries, and make physical repairs in our church’s buildings. But let’s not kid ourselves—Jesus Christ, not Tony Romo, is the true man. The apostle Paul, not Dwayne Wade, embodies biblical manhood.

“How to Get People to Read the Bible Without Making Them Feel Dumb” by Trevin Wax

Stress the simplicity of the Bible, and the people you are hoping will read the Bible next year may begin to wonder if they’re just too dumb to understand it.

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What is Reformed Theology?: Understanding the Basics [Kindle Edition] by R. C. Sproul.

The Case for the Psalms: Why They Are Essential [Kindle Edition] by N. T. Wright.

Who Is This Man?: The Unpredictable Impact of the Inescapable Jesus [Kindle Edition] by John Ortberg.

The Purpose of Man: Designed to Worship [Kindle Edition] by A. W. Tozer.

When Sinners Say “I Do” [Kindle Edition] by Dave Harvey.

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