RTS on iTunesU has released a free download of a course taught by John Frame titled “Legacy: History of Philosophy and Christian Thought” which is based on his book A History of Western Philosophy and Theology. You can access it here.
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Crossway is offering a free download of Everyday Church by Tim Chester and Steve Timmis in exchange for a survey; you can access it here.
“HOW DOES THE CHURCH REACH THE UNCHURCHED?
We live in an increasingly post-Christian culture. More and more we find ourselves on the margins as less and less people have any intention of ever attending church. What used to work doesn’t work anymore and we need to adapt.
Helping us to see the way forward, this book offers practical ideas and personal stories for engaging with Western society. Find out how to effectively reach people in the context of everyday life and take hold of the opportunity to develop missional communities focused on Jesus.”
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The latest issue of Themelios is available for reading with contributions from Daniel Strange, Thomas Schreiner, and James Clark; you can read it here.
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In the newest edition of Credo Magazine, scholars including John Kilner, Bob Kellemen, and Benjamin Gladd focus on the subject of idolatry; you can access it here.
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For this month, Christian Audio is offering a free download of The Religious Affections by Jonathan Edwards; you can get it here.
“The Religious Affections Quite possibly one of the most important books ever written by America’s greatest theologian. Among the questions asked is, “What is the nature of true religion?” \”What are the signs of a true revival?\” and \”How is the heart changed?\” Edwards used his pulpit and his leadership of the Great Awakening to pen one of the most challenging and inquisitive books ever written.”
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