Perseverance and Salvation is now available as an ebook through our Aer.io store for just $2.99. In celebration of this event, we will give away one print copy and one coupon for a free download to a randomly selected commenter on this post or on one of our social media shares of it. Please indicate…
Areopagus Critical Christian Issues Series.
Alexander E. Stewart is author of the next volume, IX, in the Areopagus series. Here’s the cover: Watch for news on release and early purchase pricing this weekend!
[Feb.10, 2017] 9:15 AM This week I just happened to read David Frum’s How to Build an Autocracy. (Autocracy’s a good Greek word, by the way.) It’s a pretty creepy disquisition (don’t ever expect dystopian essays to be happy reading), but I’ve been in enough foreign countries to understand how democracy can be — and…
Dave Black (co-editor of the Areopagus Series) has a post today that relates to the Areopagus volume Tithing After the Cross. It’s titled How Those Who Have Should Give.
Watch for this important new volume to appear within the next couple of weeks!
. David Croteau was interviewed on the Janet Mefford Radio Show Wednesday, August 20, at 4pm EDT. Their discussion focused primarily on Dr Croteau’s book, Tithing After the Cross. The audio is available here
Bob Cornwall, author of Ultimate Allegiance: The Subversive Nature of the Lord's Prayer, offers some thoughts on the temptation and how we read the Bible.
In the Areopagus volume Except for Fornication, Van Parunak takes the view that Jesus forbids remarriage in any case, including a necessary divorce, unless the other spouse has died. Scott McKnight takes a rather different view of the texts on divorce in this post. What do you think?