As a man who loves the word of God, Alec Motyer presents these daily devotionals from Isaiah. For him, daily devotion is not a mere habit but a real desire to be transformed by the challenging word of Isaiah.more >
- Parkside Church
- Start Time:
- Sat, Apr 27, 2013, 8:30 a.m.
- End Time:
- Sun, Apr 28, 2013, 2 p.m.
With the recent supply of solid, biblically-informed books on marriage (The Meaning of Marriage, What Did You Expect, When Sinners Say I Do, Marriage Matters) I was hesitant to pick up yet another book on marriage for consideration. That being said, I was greatly impressed with Tim Savage’s book, No Ordinary Marriage: Together for God’s Glory. After beginning the book, I could not put it down. Savage offers a unique contribution to these other worthy resources in that he combines solid, biblical teaching with practical insights into marriage all while elegantly illustrating his points from history and literature.more >
Question 1: What is the chief end of man?
Answer: Man’s chief end is to glorify God and enjoy him forever.
Question 1: What is your only comfort in life and death?
Answer: That I am not my own, but belong—body and soul, in life and in death—to my faithful Savior, Jesus Christ.
Publisher's Description: William Barcley addresses the heart of the matter—the discontent that lies within. Based in the writings of Jeremiah Burroughs and Thomas Watson, he presents afresh these great Puritans' meditations on contentment for a modern audience.more >
Nicholas Wolterstorff, a well-known Christian philosopher, lost his 25-year-old son to a mountain climbing accident. His reflections in the wake of that tragedy are at times deeply personal, but always he expresses a prayerful anguish with which most bereaved parents will identify.more >
Book review excerpt courtesy of Justin Taylor
It’s been quite a while since I’ve been this excited about a theology book, or a book of applied theology. But I hope that tons of folks read Fred Sanders’s new book, The Deep Things of God: How the Trinity Changes Everything. It is an incredibly important book.