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The Road Taken...Or Not

The Road Not Taken
“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood…
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Books-at-a-glance... and some other great links.

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Future Perfect / Present Tense – D.A. Carson on the god of open options

Gospel Partnerships – What to do if you think you may be called to do more ministry for God? 28 more words

Links Worth A Look

Why We Need Preachers

In Kevin Deyoung’s book Why We Love The Church, he interacts with certain Christian leaders who wish to dismiss some of the practices of the church as unnecessary, unhelpful, and even unbiblical. 474 more words

Christian Life

Last Week on the Web

Carl Trueman writes presciently about our cultural moment. Conclusion: “Christianity is moving to the margins of American life, and Christians are heading into cultural exile. 197 more words

Resources & Links

Laodicean "Holiness"

This week has pressed heavily upon my soul. As I read of men who claim to be shepherds of God’s flock abandoning holiness for the attractions of this world. 844 more words

Devotional Thoughts

A Birdseye View of the Gospel in One Big Sentence

Kevin DeYoung:

One of the clearest and most comprehensive statements of John Witherspoon’s theology can be found in his Essay on Justification ( 1756) where he sets out to defend justification by the imputed righteousness of Christ and ends up giving this big, broad, glorious summary of the gospel: 236 more words

The Gospel