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making-sense-of-god-review-timothy-kellerGreetings Cross-Points faithful!

Viking Books has graciously provided us 5 copies of Tim Keller’s new book, Making Sense of God: An Invitation to the Skeptical, to give away.

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Contest ends Monday the 26th.

5 copies means you have a decent chance of winning. As of writing this, there are only about 30 entries, meaning those entered have a 1 in 6 chance to win a copy!

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Tim Keller is the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church and a New York Times bestselling author. In 2001, he started Redeemer City to City which has helped start over 300 churches in 45 cities. When you subscribe to Redeemer City to City’s email updates, they will send you a free ebook from Tim Keller that talks about why cities, why churches, and how global cities can be renewed.

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The GOSPEL COALITION Booklets

The Gospel Coalition has produced fourteen booklets detailing their vision for ministry. Below are those booklets in PDF form.

(These booklets are also available in book form: The Gospel as Center: Renewing Our Faith and Reforming Our Ministry Practices.)

About the Gospel Coalition: We want to generate a unified effort among all peoples—an effort that is zealous to honor Christ and multiply his disciples, joining in a true coalition for Jesus. Such a biblically grounded and united mission is the only enduring future for the church. This reality compels us to stand with others who are stirred by the conviction that the mercy of God in Jesus Christ is our only hope of eternal salvation. We desire to champion this gospel with clarity, compassion, courage, and joy—gladly linking hearts with fellow believers across denominational, ethnic, and class lines.

  1. What Is the Gospel? by Bryan Chapell
  2. Can We Know the Truth? by Richard D. Phillips
  3. The Gospel and Scripture: How to Read the Bible by Mike Bullmore
  4. The Holy Spirit by Kevin DeYoung
  5. The Plan by Colin S. Smith
  6. Justification by Philip Ryken
  7. Creation by Andrew M. Davis
  8. The Kingdom of God by Stephen Um
  9. Gospel-Centered Ministry by D.A. Carson and Tim Keller
  10. Christ’s Redemption by Sandy Wilson
  11. The Church: God’s New People by Tim Savage
  12. Baptism and the Lord’s Supper by Ligon Duncan and Thabiti Anyabwile
  13. The Restoration of All Things by Sam Storms
  14. Sin and the Fall by Redditt Andrews III

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In 2013, Tim Keller recommended 9 books on culture. Below is the list.

  1. A Brief History of Thought by Luc Ferry. Keller says, “If you only read one, read this one.” (Learn more)
  2. The Disenchantment of Secular Discourse Steven Smith
  3. The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt
  4. The Real American Dream: A Meditation on Hope by Andrew Delbanco
  5. Straw Dogs: Thoughts on Humans and Other Animals by John Gray
  6. The Gospel in a Pluralist Society (approximately the first 65 pages) by Lesslie Newbigin
  7. Justice: Rights and Wrongs (pp. 324-362) by Nicholas Wolterstorff | “Probably the most difficult reading.”
  8. Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do? by Michael Sandel
  9. Exclusion & Embrace: A Theological Exploration of Identity, Otherness, and Reconciliation by Miroslav Volf

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“Preparing Our Hearts for Easter”

What is Lent? The word “Lent” comes from the Old English word “lengten,” which simply means “spring” — when the days lengthen and new life springs forth. It is a time in which we anticipate the victory of the light and life of Christ over the darkness of sin and death. It is, to borrow a phrase from C.S. Lewis, a season of a kind of “happiness and wonder that makes you serious.”

It is our prayer that as you journey with us from Ash Wednesday to Easter, you would be reminded of the reality of our broken humanity, but as days grow brighter, you would experience with greater abundance the reality of God’s redeeming grace. And so, just as we carefully prepare for big events in our personal lives, such as a wedding or commencement, Lent invites us to make our hearts ready for remembering Jesus’ death and resurrection.

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Based on positive feedback, we are making these devotionals (from 2011) available again for use. You can add all forty dates of lent to your calendar (along with the individual page link for each days devotional), by clicking on the one of the options below.

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Devotionals are also accessible on the Redeemer app.