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Free PDF of Carson’s Book on 2 Timothy 3-4

We just added a PDF of this recent book by D. A. Carson to his bibliography: From the Resurrection to His Return: Living Faithfully in the Last Days. Fearn, Scotland: Christian Focus, 2010. It’s a lightly edited sermon manuscript on 2 Timothy 3:1–4:8. It’s not long—only 48 small pages with large print. Related: (1) Sermons by D. A. Carson on 2 Timothy (2) Justin Taylor, “Imitate Me” (3) TGC hosts PDFs of seven other books by D. A. Carson: Letters Along the Way: A Novel of the Christian Life (Crossway, 1993) Holy Sonnets of the Twentieth Century (Baker, 1994) For...

Themelios 35.2

The Gospel Coalition just released the latest issue of Themelios. It is available as a 185-page PDF and in HTML. Unlike the past seven issues, D. A. Carson doesn’t begin this one with an editorial but instead contributes the article for the Pastoral Pensées column. Carl Trueman | Minority Report: Not in the Public Interest Fred G. Zaspel | B. B. Warfield on Creation and Evolution Denny Burk | Why Evangelicals Should Ignore Brian McLaren: How the New Testament Requires Evangelicals to Render a Judgment on the Moral Status of Homosexuality Biblical Theology and the Ancient Near East: A Symposium...

Recommended Resources in Carson’s Leader’s Guide: Chapter 3 of 14

Cross-posted at Between Two Worlds “The God Who Writes His Own Agreements,” chapter 3 in the below book, addresses Genesis 12, 17, 15, and 22. D. A. Carson, The God Who Is There: Finding Your Place in God’s Story: Leader’s Guide (Grand Rapids: Baker, 2010). Here are Carson’s “Suggestions for Further Reading”: Marshall, I. Howard, A. R. Millard, J. I. Packer, and D. J. Wiseman, eds. New Bible Dictionary. 3rd ed. Downers Grove: IVP, 1996. Gibson, David. “The God of Promise: Christian Scripture as Covenantal Revelation.” Themelios 29:3 (2005): 27–36. Horton, Michael S. God of Promise: Introducing Covenant Theology. Grand...

New 9Marks eJournal on Deacons

The new 9Marks eJournal is out. The topic is deacons. Here’s the introduction to the issue from Jonathan Leeman: Jesus came to deacon (Mark 10:45; Rom. 15:8). So did Paul, Apollos, and Tychicus (1 Cor. 3:5, 6; Eph. 3:7; 6:21; Col. 4:7). And the greatest among us will be deacons (Mark 10:43). It’s not a bad label to wear, apparently. The New Testament only mentions this unassuming office two, maybe three times (Phil. 1:1; 1 Tim. 3:8-13; cf. Rom. 16:1). But pay attention. It seems to direct the deacon’s attention to the church’s physical good, which in turn will serve...

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