Start Next Now: How to Get the Life You’ve Always Wanted

Start Next Now

What do you want your life to look like five years from now? If it’s not the life you have right now, something obviously needs to change between now and then. But the changes you want aren’t going to “just happen.” Bob Pritchett’s new book, Start Next Now teaches you how to start making those […]

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Read This Christian Book with the Pastor Who Wrote It

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A few months ago, I read Radically Normal by Josh Kelley, right after I read Radical by David Platt. The two books presented very different perspectives on a similar issue: how do we live out the gospel and devote our lives to Christ in this modern world? What does it look like to be “all […]

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5 Questions to Ask When You Encounter New Ideas in Bible Scholarship

Bible scholarship

Dr. Darrell Bock was recently asked about his endorsement of Dr. Michael Heiser’s new book, The Unseen Realm. His response offers insight into how he approaches new ideas in Bible scholarship. (You can read the entire exchange in Dr. Darrell Bock’s Faithlife Group). Justin Daniel said that conversations with professors, teachers, pastors, and friends left […]

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Learn Biblical Archaeology with Mobile Ed

Craig Evans in Israel

Have you ever wondered how archaeology influences Bible scholarship? Informed by ancient literature and previous archaeological finds, archaeologists can uncover and record brand-new insights into the ancient world. Dr. Jodi Magness says, “The goal of archaeology is not the process of digging. It’s the publication of what we dig up—because if we don’t publish what we dig up, […]

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Get Your Free Commentary on Amos!

Free Mentor Commentary Amos

Through September 30, you can add Mentor Commentary: Amos to your library for free. For $1.99, you can also add Mentor Commentary: Joel & Obadiah. The book of Amos is full of wordplays, double entendres, pictorial visions, and direct statements of fact and judgment. In this commentary, Dr. Gary V. Smith addresses the historical, stylistic, […]

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The All-Knowing God in Psalm 139

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The Bible is constantly revealing how big, how wise, how powerful, and how awesome God is. Psalm 139 is one of the many passages where God’s omniscience is put on display—but here, God’s omniscience is a powerful reminder that nothing can separate us from God’s love (Romans 8:38–39). Here’s how Pastor Skip Heitzig puts it in the Faithlife […]

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