When I was in high school a pastor put Don’t Waste Your Life by John Piper in my hands and it changed my life. It helped reorient my worldview around a sovereign God who called me to spend my life for the things that mattered. That book was a cheap, but enormous investment in my […]
He could take away the gift of choice and rid His creation of both dignity and despair. But instead, He demonstrated love in its highest form.
FTC.co asks Ronni Kurtz, managing editor at FTC.co, “How can reading fiction help you read your Bible?”
The novelist can instruct the theological reader about the inherit relationship between the ontology and functionality of a piece of literature.
FTC.co asks Dr. Jason K. Allen, President of Midwestern Seminary and Spurgeon College, "Why should pastors consider reading biographies?"
They say meeting your hero is sure to disappoint, but I didn’t find that to be true with Dr. J. I. Packer.
When you slow-read Edwards, you have time to see the masterpiece take shape–the poetry and the brilliance that is there but seen only after a long gaze.
If lasting renewal is to take place, there must be a return to classical Christian texts. Dare I say, even a retrieval. Without retrieval, there will not be renewal.
May a new generation continue to follow Packer to make new discoveries like his of their own.
A new book from one of our profs called by Matt Smethurst 'one of the most thought-provoking writers in the Christian world today.'