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Theology Is Difficult, But Worth the Effort

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A few years ago, I was having dinner with a family from church. Knowing my penchant for theological inquiry, the matriarch of the family decided to ask a genuine theological question: “David, I know Jesus is God, and I know the Father is God. When Jesus was on the cross,  though, why does he pray to himself, saying ‘My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?’” I proceeded to explain that while we are monotheists (i.e., believing in one God), our God exists forever…
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The Last Battle: The Final Words of David Powlison’s Final Book

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Shortly before his death on June 7, 2019, David Powlison completed writing his final book, which has just been published by New Growth Press: Safe and Sound: Standing Firm in Spiritual Battles. Here are among his final written words. Six months ago, I was diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer. As I write, I am facing the real possibility of my own death. By God’s grace I have…

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“The most sympathetic treatment of poor, broken Americans that I can recall ever reading.”

The Christian Scholar Caught Between the Nazis and Communists

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This is a biography of a man, not just a martyr. The martyr inspires us; the man reflects us.

‘Everything Is Christ’—and Other Muddled Messages from Richard Rohr

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Richard Rohr’s ‘The Universal Christ’ aligns with what Scripture calls ‘the spirit of the antichrist.’

The Secret to Faithful Evangelism Today

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A book this encouraging and convicting is a must-have for pastors to read and give away liberally.
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