- The AP and NPR report on the charred Ein Gedi scroll of Leviticus that scientists have been able to read for the first time through a process of “virtual unwrapping.”
- “Several years ago, I quipped before an audience, ‘Election years make people crazy.’ And that was before I had any idea what was coming in 2016.” Russell Moore explores how parents can talk to their children about Election 2016.
- Wes McAdams shares why you need to try to understand other people’s perspectives.
- “The single most effective way to ensure your message is not heard is to lack credibility.” Eric Geiger offers three ways communicators lose credibility.
- Priorities. We know they matter. Matthew Bassford helpfully reminds us that “our lives about more than being hard workers, good parents, and good citizens.”
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- Ancient Word, Changing Worlds: The Doctrine of Scripture in a Modern Age ($3.99)
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- Understanding Scripture: An Overview of the Bible’s Origin, Reliability, and Meaning ($4.99)
- Why Trust the Bible? ($4.99)
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- Be Equipped (Deuteronomy): Acquiring the Tools for Spiritual Success ($0.99)
- Be Strong (Joshua): Putting God’s Power to Work in Your Life ($1.99)
- Be Concerned (Minor Prophets): Making a Difference in Your Lifetime ($1.99)
- Be Mature (James): Growing Up in Christ ($1.99)