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Beware of missing the forest for the trees in Titus 21
While Paul certainly has particular instructions for older men, older women, young men, young women, slaves, and masters, the overall thrust of the chapter is equally important.
Let’s take a closer look at Paul’s instructions to walk away with a balanced understanding of the chapter—and in the process, learn a few simple steps we can apply to our Bible study, whatever the passage.
Every year is a year of discovering great books—some old, some new, some best sellers, some obscure.
Here are our top picks from 2018. Some we chose because they are customer favorites, others because they won awards in 2018, and others just because we like them.
Which of these is your favorite? Find other top books from 2018 on Faithlife Ebooks. [Read more…]
The word “covenant” is difficult to understand, yet central to biblical interpretation. But is it really all that important?
The late R.C. Sproul answers assuredly, “Yes!”
In his new book from Lexham Press, Frame argues the Bible isn’t God’s only revelation. Though this might seem scandalous at first, he makes the case that Scripture itself shows it is possible to learn about God from his creation.
In this excerpt from Nature’s Case for God, Frame tackles the objection that natural theology violates the Protestant principle of Sola Scriptura: Scripture alone. [Read more…]
No one enjoys conflict, but no one is immune to it, even Bible study small groups.
And if you’re the small group leader, people will look to you to address it—whether it’s something small like people not showing up on time or more serious matters like fighting, gossiping, or slandering. [Read more…]
It wasn’t the rhetoric or the moving stories that did it, although both were strong. It was how confidently the nonprofit founder asked.
He wasn’t embarrassed or tentative. He didn’t make jokes about our pocketbooks. He didn’t allude to money as an elephant in the room. (In fact, a few days before the event, he told us all in an email, “I’ll be asking you to make a pledge of financial support for the coming year.”) [Read more…]