This week’s highlights are below:
David Robertson on Unbelievable with Justin Brierley – The past two weekends David Robertson has been debating with Matt Dillahunty on Unbelievable with Justin Brierley. In part one, David shares about why he’s not an atheist and in part two Matt shares about why he’s not a Christian. You can listen to the discussion via the links below:
Carl Trueman Offers Reflections on “What Can Miserable Christians Sing?” – Recently on the 9Mark s blog, Carl Trueman talked about his surprise at the ongoing responses to his little essay “What Can Miserable Christians Sing?.” Read the article at 9Marks.org.
You can read “What Can Miserable Christians Sing?” in The Wages Of Spin: Critical Writings on Historical and Contemporary Evangelicalism (Christian Focus, 2005).
A Neglected Grace reviewed on The Artistic Theologian – We recently came across Scott Aniol’s review of Jason Helopoulos’ book A Neglected Grace on The Artistic Theologian. Here’s a bit of what Scott had to say in his review:
“A Neglected Grace is a welcome and useful tool to encourage families in their worship, not only because of Helopoulos’s extremely helpful tips and resources, but also because of his deeply uplifting and understanding tone.”
Read the full review at ArtisticTheologian.com.