There seems to be a resurgence in technologies and processes that were thought to be extinct. What can account for this–especially in such a rapidly expanding technological landscape?
I recently sat down with my wife to talk about some of her favorite books and others that she is looking forward to reading this upcoming year.
Does man have free-will? Is he a robot? Is he capable of choosing God?
If someone’s books are still being read four centuries after they were written thenwe should probably get to know the man. Thankfully now, there is a biography on Jeremiah Burroughs.
Do you have a desire to disciple others with God’s Word but feel like you are unequipped to do so? This book will help you immensely.
Do you have an anger problem? We tend to get angry about things we shouldn’t and not get angry at the things that we should.
In A Camaraderie of Confidence, John Piper features the fruit of unfailing faith in the lives of Charles Spurgeon, George Müller, and Hudson Taylor.
Thousands of churches close their doors each year. Think about that for a minute. When churches close there is a haunting hush of a lamp being extinguished in a community. This is heartbreaking. This book helps equip us for what to do about this troubling epidemic.
How can we better identify with and help those who are suffering?
John Calvin gets unfairly caricatured by many today. This book helps to show who he really was and why we, 500 years later, should get to know him.