Field Notes – 7/12/T
“The array of books in our home is intended for ongoing, well-rounded usefulness. They’re there to show us what’s possible, not venerate what’s already been.”
“My library has a diverse lot of books and, more importantly, an open invitation to the kids: Come; stoke your interest in all kinds of incredible things!”
“I have a big library with a bunch of books I haven’t even read yet. I’m not a poser; I’m prepared. Always ready to feed the flames of my children’s imagination with a well-placed book, even if it’s one I haven’t gotten around to reading yet myself!”
The Gospel Coalition has just released the new edition of Themelios, with pages of editorials, articles, and book reviews. Scanning the contents, a few articles caught my attention:
- Covenant, Creation and Children: A Response to David Gibson’s Critique of Credobaptism
- The Helpfulness of the Lesser Known Work: Isaac Watts on the Passions
- Book Review: The Book of Isaiah and God’s Kingdom: A Thematic-Theological Approach
- Book Review: Becoming a Pastor Theologian: New Possibilities for Church Leadership
Download it HERE.
“Expect criticism, evaluate criticism, endure criticism” (Dick Lucas)
If audiobooks are your thing, christianaudio’s free audiobook of the month is one you don’t want to miss. It’s Mike Reeves & Tim Chester’s book Why the Reformation still matters?.
“Christmas is about believing what a woman said about her sex life.
Christmas is about a family finding safety as refugees.
Christmas is about a child in need receiving support from the wealthy.
Christmas is about God identifying himself with the marginalized not the powerful.”