Dangers of “Gospel-Centered Preaching”
Kristin Jukes Has a Book Recommendation:
“In her latest book, You Who, Rachel Jankovic reminds Christian women that our identity is not wrapped up in this world or following our hearts/feelings but is found in Christ. With all of the humanistic philosophy being sold as Christian content to women, this book is refreshing and convicting. Throughout the book, Mrs. Jankovic reminds us that our sole purpose on earth is to give God glory, not ourselves. I highly recommend this book for women and teenagers. Ladies, let us live lives of faithfulness to our Lord and scrutinize all we consume in light of Scripture.”
This podcast was really interesting.
“As the ‘social gospel’ continues to gain traction within contemporary American evangelicalism, increasing numbers of professing Christians are aligning themselves with the idea that black Americans are owed reparations for slavery. But is such an idea biblical? In this expanded episode of the Just Thinking broadcast, Darrell and Virgil go in-depth to discuss the divisive issue of reparations from both a personal and theological perspective. Listen carefully as what you hear may surprise you.”
Look Carefully, Then Shoot:
Heresy hunters are so suspicious of heresy that often they find heresy where it is not.
Heresy hunter hunters are so suspicious of heresy hunting that often they find heresy hunting where it is not.
— Jacob B. Reaume (@jacobreaume) March 21, 2019