R.C. Sproul Crucial Questions Kindle Books

R.C. Sproul’s Crucial Questions series of short books has three new titles, all available for free download in the Kindle store:

  1. What Can We Know about God?
  2. How Can I Be Right with God?
  3. What Do Jesus’ Parables Mean?

Don’t forget that there are over 20 other free titles in Sproul’s Crucial Questions Series.

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The Reformation Is Still Relevant

It’s easy to learn about historical events and simply relegate them to the past, failing to learn from them and recognize their lasting significance. It’s been five hundred years since the Protestant Reformation, yet its effects can be felt in churches today.

In Why the Reformation Still Matters, an accessible primer on the events and figures of this time, Michael Reeves and Tim Chester introduce readers to eleven key questions raised by the Reformers like “How can we get God’s approval?” and “How can we overcome sin our lives?”

The answers continue to impact the church today—proving that the Reformation is much more than just a bit of history we can leave behind.

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How do you discern true vs. false Christianity? In the days of the Protestant Reformation, the core tenets of the faith were strenuously examined. In the end, the Reformers maintained that at the heart of the Christian faith stood five main credos: sola Scriptura, sola gratia, sola fide, solus Christus, and soli Deo gloria. This book examines these five “solas” and makes a definitive case for why we’re Protestant.

Celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation by picking up a copy of Why We’re Protestant, on sale through October 31, 2017!

Follow Nate Pickowicz on Twitter @NatePickowicz. Check out Nate’s other book: Reviving New England: The Key To Revitalizing Post-Christian America, also on sale.


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Purity is Possible: How to live free of the fantasy trap

Description:

One in five Christian women use pornography. One in three visitors to a porn site is a woman. Many, many more women read explicit books like Fifty Shades of Grey. Even more than that write their own pornography – not on paper for publication, but in their heads for their own use.

Helen Thorne knows all this because she’s done it.

But no one talks about it. Our churches are silent on it. There are very few books about it. It is the unspoken struggle of thousands of Christian women – perhaps you, and probably someone you know.

But no more. In this refreshingly honest, resolutely hope-filled and gospel-soaked book, Helen speaks the unspoken. In doing so, she shows how purity is better and more satisfying than fantasy – and that, whoever you are and whatever your struggles, that purity is possible.

Free from The Good Book Co through this link — just opt in to their email list for your free eBook.

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ChristianAudTheWholeChrist_3DCoverio’s free audiobook of the month is The Whole Christ by Sinclair Ferguson. Click here to download.

Description of the book:

Since the days of the early church, Christians have wrestled with the relationship between law and gospel. If, as the apostle Paul says, salvation is by grace and the law cannot save, what relevance does the law have for Christians today?

By revisiting the Marrow Controversy—a famous but largely forgotten eighteenth-century debate related to the proper relationship between God’s grace and our works—Sinclair B. Ferguson sheds light on this central issue and why it still matters today. In doing so, he explains how our understanding of the relationship between law and gospel determines our approach to evangelism, our pursuit of sanctification, and even our understanding of God himself.

Ferguson shows us that the antidote to the poison of legalism on the one hand and antinomianism on the other is one and the same: the life-giving gospel of Jesus Christ, in whom we are simultaneously justified by faith, freed for good works, and assured of salvation.

What Derek Thomas said about this book:

“For my part, this is one of the most important and definitive books I have read in over four decades.”

Why Tim Keller loves this book:

“The volume in your hands is not just a helpful historical reflection but also a tract for the times. Sinclair does a good job of recounting the Marrow Controversy in an accessible and interesting way. However, his real aim is not merely to do that. Against the background and features of that older dispute, he wants to help us understand the character of this perpetual problem—one that bedevils the church today. He does so in the most illuminating and compelling way I’ve seen in recent evangelical literature.”

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holman bible commentary set

B&H Publishing has a sale on many Holman Old and New Testament Commentaries.

You can get many of these accessible and helpful commentaries for $2.99 each (others are $4.99) until September 19th. Contributors include Steven Lawson, David Wells, Knute Larson, Ken Boa, and more.

Here’s a brief description of the commentaries:

The complete series of verse-by-verse commentary books edited by Max Anders. Each volume includes discussion starters, teaching plan, and more. Great for lay teachers and pastors alike.

No other reference series gets to the heart of the Bible as efficiently as the Holman Bible Commentary. When a reader’s time allows, the series offers a detailed interpretation based on the popular New International Version text. When time is short, it delivers an essential understanding of the text with unsurpassed clarity and convenience.

Click on these links for the deals: Old Testament Commentaries | New Testament Commentaries

Old Testament Commentaries

  • Genesis
  • Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers
  • Deuteronomy
  • Joshua
  • Judges/Ruth
  • 1 & 2 Kings
  • Ezra/Nehemiah/Esther
  • Job
  • Psalms 1-75
  • Psalms 76-150
  • Proverbs
  • Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs
  • Isaiah
  • Jeremiah, Lamentations
  • Ezekiel
  • Daniel
  • Minor Prophets
  • Nahum-Malachi

New Testament Commentaries

  • Matthew
  • Mark
  • Luke
  • John
  • Acts
  • Romans
  • 1/2 Corinthians
  • Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians
  • 1 & 2 Thess, 1 & 2 Tim, Tit, Phil
  • 1 & 2 Pet, 1 2 & 3 John and Jude
  • Hebrews & James

Click on these links for the deals: Old Testament Commentaries | New Testament Commentaries

You may also be interested in current deals from the Expositor’s Bible Commentary Series featuring D.A. Carson, VanGemeren, Walt Kaiser, George Guthrie, and more.

Expositor's Bible Commentary Set - Kindle Deals

The Expositor’s Bible Commentary Series has Kindle deals for $4.99, providing a great value for preachers and students of the Bible alike.

Notable volumes include D.A. Carson’s Matthew (a top rated Matthew Commentary), VanGemeren’s Psalms, Guthrie’s Hebrews/James, Walt Kaiser’s Exodus, and more.

View the entire series.

Deal ends September 17, 2017.

You may also be interested in the Holman Bible Commentary Series Deals: Old Testament Commentaries | New Testament Commentaries

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The Good Book Co’s Free ebook of the month is Gospel-Centered Family: Becoming the Parents God Wants You To Be by Tim Chester and Ed Moll. Just enter your email in the previous link and unlock your eBook.

The book’s description from Amazon:

Numerous books set out to help Christian parents in the challenging mission of raising their children well-so what’s different about this one? Well, the answer’s in the title! It’s not about how the gospel fits into Christian family life, but how family life should fit into the gospel-God’s greatest purpose for this universe, achieved in Christ. Many books aim to raise up competent, balanced parents and well-trained, well-rounded children. But Tim Chester and Ed Moll focus on families growing God-knowing, Christ-confessing, grace-receiving, servant-hearted, mission-minded believers-adults and children together. Christian families should be about… – not just making good citizens but also church planters, missionaries, reformers, servants and evangelists – not just learning about God but also showing Him to others; – not just controlling behavior but also changing the heart; – not just parents and children, but being an integral part of the wider church family. In twelve concise chapters, Gospel-Centered Family takes us through the major Bible principles for family life, challenging us to give up our ‘respectable’ middle-class idols, and to become the distinctively different people that God, through His gospel, calls us to be.

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