A resounding challenge to love God and our neighbors by thinking, feeling, and doing! Inspired by the 2010 Desiring God Conference, this thought-provoking compilation features contributions from Rick Warren, Francis Chan, Albert Mohler, R.C. Sproul, and Thabiti Anyabwile.
The World in Small Boats is a collection of sermons given at Oxford that vary widely, but serve to provide a rich and edifying exposition on God's word. This book makes perfect devotional reading for intellectuals that appeals to the mind, touches the heart, and renews the spirit.
Nurtured by the liturgy of the hours, Benedictine monk Kriegshauser in, Praying the Psalms in Christ,
works his way verse-by-verse through the Hebrew text illuminating its message within the context of Christ's saving death, his resurrection, and
modern critical scholarship. Thus, Kriegshauser accomplished what so many in our day leave behind--a skillful juxtaposition of critical scholarship with spiritual awareness. In doing so, the Benedictine reveals a profound spiritual sensitivity rooted in theological acumen, and artful literary expression.More...
Chesterton's intellectual and spiritual classic Orthodoxy needs no introduction. Simply put, this is a book that is required reading for Christian intellectuals no matter what discipline they find themselves in. Philosophically centering right belief in the concept of mystery, Chesterton's appeal is for Christians to engage, enjoy, and discover the world around them under the rubric of right belief. One of the most important books of the 20th Century (Christianity Today), this book is as refreshing to the Christian spirit as it is to the Christian mind.
In The Divine Conspiracy, Willard gracefully weaves biblical teaching, popular culture, science, scholarship, and spiritual practice
into a tour de force that shows the necessity of profound changes in
how we view our lives and faith. Willard refutes this "fire escape"
mentality by exploring the true nature of the teachings of Jesus, who
intended that His followers become His disciples, and taught that we
have access now to the life we are only too eager to relegate to the
hereafter. The author calls us into a more authentic... More...
Embarking on a veritable road-trip through the Reformed events and
churches close to the movement's heart, author Collin Hansen takes a
personal approach to what he sees as a resurgence of traditional
Calvinism within the youth culture. Speaking to the leaders as well as
the students following it, he looks at John Piper & Bethlehem
Baptist, Mark Driscoll & Mars Hill, C.J. Mahaney & Sovereign
Grace, Passion, J.I. Packer and others, shining a light into what
precisely the thousands of young, restless and reformed are looking for.More...