R-Rated Texts for an R-Rated World

Consider these 6 suggestions for preaching R-rated texts to an R-rated world.

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I Love My Black Letter Bible

If you love Jesus, you’ll love his voice wherever it appears, even in the black letters.

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Take God at His Word: Kevin DeYoung on the Character of Scripture

Kevin DeYoung discusses the character of Scripture, bibliolatry, threats on the horizon, and more.

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20 Quotes from DeYoung’s Taking God at His Word

There is no calamity like the silence of God.

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You Asked: Does God Harden a Believer’s Heart?

What does it mean that God hardens human hearts? And will he do that to a believer?

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The Danger of Forgetting How to Read the Bible

How can we repent quickly and keep from hardening ourselves to God’s voice as he calls us back to himself?

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A Bible Reading Plan for Readers

I don’t perform this annual romp through Scripture to make God any happier with me; I do it because it makes me happier with him.

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Can an Atheist Make a Good Bible Movie?

Even the most secular filmmakers can open our minds to the possibility of truth, beauty, and goodness.

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3 Common Ways to Read Scripture

Woe to us if we ever denigrate a devotional approach to God’s clear and mighty Word.

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What I Learned from a Tattooed, Cussing—and Now Bestselling—Fundamentalist Outcast

If you don’t personally resonate with her story, her description may nonetheless be helpful for understanding people who do.

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