Tag Archives: Old Testament

Ecclesiastes: Total Life

Last Friday I recommended an extremely readable but textually faithful overview of Ecclesiastes by Douglas Wilson called Joy at the End of the Tether. If you want a solid, engaging, and at many points hilarious commentary on “the inscrutable wisdom … Continue reading

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For Tomorrow We Die

My daughter Amelia loves Winnie the Pooh. She sings along to every song and mimics every character. At 2 and a half years old, her Eeyore impression is priceless. She lowers her voice and gets a serious look on her … Continue reading

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Genesis Unbound

In my study of the initial chapters of Genesis, one book has stood out from the rest as a most helpful tool in discovering the meaning and implications of the creation narrative. That book is Genesis Unbound by John Sailhamer. … Continue reading

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Why should the Christian church preach the Old Testament? 6 Reasons…

I spent most of my late summer studying the Old Testament, in preparation for our new series Rise and Fall which kicks off this Sunday at LifePoint. We are heading into Genesis for a series that will cover the first … Continue reading

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Surprised by Grace

I started this book when I was preaching through Jonah last summer.  I made it about halfway through, and it sat (as books sometimes do) unfinished on my night stand for about 6 months.  Over the Christmas holiday I picked … Continue reading

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