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Sanctified Sexuality


Sandra Glahn and C. Gary Barnes. Sanctified Sexuality: Valuing Sex in an Oversexed World. 464p., $25.99, Kregel Academic. Although modern culture constantly changes its views on sexuality, God’s design for sexuality remains the same. Bringing together twenty-five expert contributors in relevant … Continue reading

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The Biggest Win


Figured I’d better get this one posted now, while the NFL playoffs are still ongoing and (some of) the heroes of our book are still on another miracle run. . . .  Fans of Paul David Tripp will also no … Continue reading

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Middle Knowledge: Human Freedom in Divine Sovereignty


Calvinist? Arminian? If you can roll with the headiness, you might just enjoy this book espousing a position that’s, as one friend once described his own position (and as I’ve pretty much described mine since — and we originally came … Continue reading

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I Get by… Other Voices, Part 1


This first entry of Other Voices (explained here) is simple: Take a look to your lower right. Scroll down a little. See all those people? They represent friends and influences, of all kinds. We’ve got men’s ministries, women’s ministries, small-group … Continue reading

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