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Author(s): Jeremy Walker
Publisher: Cruciform Press
Price: $2.99       (July 14-15)
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Here are clear truths from Scripture: central, humbling, saving, comforting, God-glorifying. Get Anchored.

Salvation is anchored in grace, rooted in God’s favor toward us in his Son, the Lord Christ. This book is a celebration of these exceeding riches of God’s grace toward sinners in Christ Jesus.

These are realities with which Christians need to be thoroughly acquainted. They are paths to walk so that we do not miss our way to heaven, nor fail to honor the Lord God along the way. They are central truths, humbling truths, saving truths, and comforting truths. Not least, they are God-glorifying truths, for the great end of our salvation is the praise of the glory of God’s grace. When God saves sinners, it reveals his wisdom and power, his love and compassion, his justice and truth, as nothing else. In Christ crucified, we are given insights into the gracious heart of God Almighty that can be found nowhere else. There his majesty, might, and mercy are on display, and there we find life everlasting.

When our faith is anchored in this grace, holiness and happiness take root in our hearts. Here sinners are liberated from condemnation, dread, and wrath. Here Christians are relieved of fear, confusion, and pride. Here we may find peace, certainty, purpose, joy, and hope.

With this in mind, Anchored in Grace provides a brief survey of the grace of God in Christ revealed in the Scriptures, tracing the arc of his saving dealings with lost men and women. It is by no means exhaustive, but rather sets out some of the fixed points in which humble faith can rest so as to exalt and enjoy God in all his saving kindnesses in his Son.

 


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Kregel: Sacred Mundane: How to Find Freedom, Purpose, and Joy by Kari Patterson vs. Getaway with God by Letitia Suk

Intervarsity Press: Bearing God’s Name: Why Sinai Still Matters by Carmen Joy Imes vs. The Old Testament in Seven Sentences: A Small Introduction to a Vast Topic (Introductions in Seven Sentences) by Christopher J. H. Wright

Cruciform Press: A Holy Ambition: To Preach Where Christ Has Not Been Named (Second Revised Edition) by John Piper vs. Astonished by God: Ten Truths to Turn the World Upside Down by John Piper

New Leaf: The Cave Book (Wonders of Creation) by Emil Silvestru vs. The New Ocean Book (Wonders of Creation) by Frank Sherwin

Good Book Company: Engaging with Atheists by David Robertson vs. Engaging with Muslims by John Klaassen

Crossway: Grace Defined and Defended: What a 400-Year-Old Confession Teaches Us about Sin, Salvation, and the Sovereignty of God by Kevin DeYoung vs. God and Galileo: What a 400-Year-Old Letter Teaches Us about Faith and Science by David Block

Christian Focus: Anywhere But Nineveh: A Month’s Journey with Jonah by Frank Sellar vs. Jonah: Navigating a God-centered Life by Colin S. Smith


Author(s): Jonathan Holmes
Publisher: Cruciform Press
Price: $2.99       (July 7-8)
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Friendship: it’s one of the simplest of human relationships in comparison to marriage or family relationships, yet it’s one of the least understood and practiced. For all of our progress in making connections through Facebook, Twitter, and other social media, people are consistently experiencing loneliness and growing disenchanted with the whole notion of friendship.

Could it be that our understanding of friendship has been more informed by pop culture and social media, and less informed by the vision of friendship offered in Scripture? Is it possible that friendship exists for a greater purpose than merely our enjoyment and comfort? Does real friendship involve more than just hanging out on a weekend, participating in a book club, or hitting the golf course together? These questions and more are answered in this book.

Broader and deeper than simple fellowship, biblical friendship is first and foremost about a relationship with Jesus Christ. As you are brought into friendship and relationship with the Father, Jesus Christ calls you a friend! It is out of this friendship that our human friendships find their beginning and their purpose.

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Kregel: Apocalypse Later: Why the Gospel of Peace Must Trump the Politics of Prophecy in the Middle East by Abdu Murray vs. The People, the Land, and the Future of Israel by Darrell L. Bock & Mitch Glaser

Intervarsity Press: Life in the Presence of God: Practices for Living in Light of Eternity by Kenneth Boa vs. Shaped by Suffering: How Temporary Hardships Prepare Us for Our Eternal Home by Kenneth Boa

Cruciform Press: Killing Calvinism: How to Destroy a Perfectly Good Theology from the Inside by Greg Dutcher vs. Anchored in Grace: Fixed Points for Humble Faith by Jeremy Walker

New Leaf: Raising Them Up: Parenting for Christians by Israel Wayne vs. Reset for Parents: How to Keep Your Kids from Backsliding by Todd Friel

Good Book Company: A Man’s Greatest Challenge: How to Build Self Control that Lasts (Live Different) by Dai Hankey vs. A Few Good Men by Richard Coekin

Christian Focus: And so to Bed…: A Biblical View of Sleep by Adrian Reynolds vs. What’s up with the Fig Leaves?: The Principles and Purposes of Modesty Uncovered by Heather Thieneman


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Kregel: 40 Questions About Calvinism by Shawn D. Wright vs. 40 Questions about Interpreting the Bible by Robert L. Plummer

Intervarsity Press: Separated by the Border: A Birth Mother, a Foster Mother, and a Migrant Child’s 3,000-Mile Journey by Gena Thomas vs. A Prayer for Orion: A Son’s Addiction and a Mother’s Love by Katherine James

Cruciform Press: Do Ask, Do Tell, Let’s Talk: Why and How Christians Should Have Gay Friends by Brad Hambrick vs. The Company We Keep: In Search of Biblical Friendship by Jonathan Holmes

New Leaf: The Biblical Basis for Modern Science (The Henry Morris Signature Collection) by Henry Morris vs. Men of Science, Men of God (The Henry Morris Signature Collection) by Henry Morris

Good Book Company: Happily Ever After: How Easter can Change your Life for Good by Jonty Allcock vs. The Resurrection in Your Life: How the living Christ changes your world by Mike McKinley

Harvest House: Tough Stuff Parenting: Helping Your Kids Navigate Faith and Culture by Paul Basden & Jim Johnson vs. 12 Huge Mistakes Parents Can Avoid: Leading Your Kids to Succeed in Life by Tim Elmore

Christian Focus: David Brainerd: A Flame for God (History Makers) by Vance Christie vs. J.C. Ryle: That Man of Granite with the Heart of a Child by Eric Russell



Author(s): Michael Kruger
Publisher: Cruciform Press
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A cautionary look at ten dangerously appealing half-truths

Not long ago, I came across a list of ten principles set forth by proponents of progressive Christianity. They are, in effect, a new Ten Commandments. What’s striking is that they are far less about God revealing his desires and far more about a man expressing his own—less Moses, more Oprah.

Yet each of these commandments is partially true. Indeed, that is what makes this list, and progressive Christianity as a whole, so challenging. Half-truths can sound quite appealing until you recognize their foundations and implications. In this booklet, I diagnose and critique each of these tenets and offer a brief biblical and theological response.

Liberal Christianity never really goes away. If the church is going to hold fast to “the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints” (Jude 3), we must, in every era, be able to distinguish the true faith from the false.

 


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