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Tyndale Rewards

When I submitted my last book review on the publisher’s website, I noticed they now have a rewards program called Tyndale Rewards. Click the link to sign up and get started with 25 points. 43 more words

Posts By Leslie

A typical workday at Tyndale

I always wonder what people think when I tell them that I work part-time at the IT department of a Christian University.  Most people assume the word “IT” (Information technology) means that I fix computers like someone from the Best Buy “Geek Squad”.   915 more words

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Propitiation and Expiation are not Atonement

As we suggested last week, William Tyndale coined the word atonement because there were no equivalent words in existence in human languages. The reason a word implying coming close, or “at one” with God and one another did not exist is because such a concept did not exist in the pagan religions of our world. 534 more words

Always on My Mind by Susan May Warren

About the Book:
Author: Susan May Warren
Publisher: Tyndale
Source: Publisher Provided ARC
Publication Date: 2015
Find the Review elsewhere:
Amazon ǀ Blogger ǀ … 928 more words

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that beautiful, dangerous, radical, challenging, liberating Bible...

In Thursday’s post (Didn’t my Lord deliver Daniel?) I promised to revisit the William Tyndale story. The Bible translator – burned to death in 1536, was the victim of brute force repression (by church and state) in response to the fear that ordinary people would have access to the extraordinary resource of scripture. 581 more words

Live Like You Mean It

The Choosing

by Rachelle Dekker
Tyndale

“Not to be Chosen would yield a cruel fate of my own making.”

Like all citizens since the Ruining, Carrington Hale knows the importance of this day. 296 more words

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