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“This is the definitive critique of John Piper’s Christian Hedonism and the new theology of Sam Allberry. A direct biblical approach… the best I’ve seen on the subject.” – Dr. ES Williams, Author of The New Calvinists
Is NEW LANGUAGE on issues such as HOMOSEXUALITY a danger to the church today?
Martin Luther once said, “There is great danger in speaking of the things of God in a different manner and in different terms than God Himself employs.”
John Piper and Sam Allberry are two of the most influential figures among evangelicals today. Both men have introduced new language into the church on salvation, sanctification, and the self-image of the Christian.
Serious questions, however, are raised by this trend. Many ask:
Is Piper’s “Christian Hedonism” simply mysticism repackaged?
Are emotions more important than obedience?
Does Allberry’s “same-sex attracted” label normalize homosexuality?
Is there a conspiracy to silence the church?
Publisher: IVP Academic
Price: $2.99 (Aug 10-11)
“All Scripture is breathed out by God” (2 Timothy 3:16). From Paul’s epistles, the divine inspiration of Scripture may be confidently affirmed. However, on turning to Jesus and the Gospels, it is difficult to find such an explicit approach.
In this New Studies in Biblical Theology volume, Matthew Barrett argues that Jesus and the apostles have just as convictional a doctrine of Scripture as Paul or Peter, but it will only be discovered if the Gospels are read within their own canonical horizon and covenantal context. The nature of Scripture presupposed by Jesus and the Gospel writers may not be addressed directly, but it manifests itself powerfully when their words are read within the Old Testament’s promise-fulfillment pattern.
Nothing demonstrates Scripture’s divine origin, divine authorial intent, and trustworthiness more than the gospel of Jesus Christ. In the advent of the Son of God, the Word has become flesh, announcing to Jew and Gentile alike that the covenant promises Yahweh made through the Law and the Prophets have been fulfilled in the person and work of Christ.
Addressing key issues in biblical theology, the works comprising New Studies in Biblical Theology are creative attempts to help Christians better understand their Bibles. The NSBT series is edited by D. A. Carson, aiming to simultaneously instruct and to edify, to interact with current scholarship, and to point the way ahead.
Publisher: Kregel Academic
Price: $2.99 (Aug 10-11)
In 40 Questions About Heaven and Hell, Alan Gomes surveys the Old and New Testaments to present a comprehensive picture of the afterlife. The question-and-answer format makes it easy to find answers to specific questions on heaven, hell, the intermediate state, the final judgment, and life in eternity. Readers will find solid answers to many vital questions:
What should we conclude about those who claim to have seen heaven or hell?
Is it possible for us to communicate with the dead?
Is there such a place as purgatory?
What will our resurrected bodies be like?
What will we do in the eternal state?
Will there be animals in the eternal state?
What is hell like?
How can a God of love send people to an eternal hell?
Did Jesus “descend into hell” like the Apostles’ Creed says?
Study notes point to additional resources for learning, and reflection questions at the end of each chapter make the book ideal for small group studies.
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