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Weekly Roundup 3/2/2015-3/7/2015

This is our weekly roundup of posts for 3/2/2015-3/7/2015. If you have any feedback on how we can serve you our readers better, I would appreciate it.  Thank you for reading and allowing us to minister to you throughout this past week through these posts. Monday 3/2/2015- Holiness Series Recap by Dave Jenkins http://servantsofgrace.org/holiness-series-recap/ Knowing the Bread of Life and Drinking from the Living Water of Christ in the Dungeon of Depression by Mike Leake http://servantsofgrace.org/knowing-the-bread-of-life-and-drinking-from-the-living-water-of-christ-in-the-dungeon-of-depression/ Blindsided by God: Disappointment, Suffering, and the Untamable Goodness of God reviewed by Mike Boiling http://servantsofgrace.org/blindsided-by-god-disappointment-suffering-and-the-untamable-goodness-of-god/ Tuesday 3/3/2015- Experiencing The Trinity: The Grace...

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Five Ways to Engage in Healthy Online Theological Dialogue

As one who frequents a number of Facebook forums and who is actively involved in the blogosphere, I have noticed a rather disheartening trend. This trend rears its ugly head in particular when certain discussion points are presented such as matters of eschatology, law vs. grace, and matters related to creation. Those are the “biggies” if you will where the madness seems to ensure, an endless list of topics that will trigger what I am about to address. What I have noticed is that many view the iron sharpening iron principle found in Proverbs 27:17 as an excuse to...

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Romans 8-16 For You by Dr. Tim Keller

The Book of Romans has a long and rich tradition in the history of the Church. Some of the best theologians and teachers of the Church have devoted their entire lives to mining the depths of Romans and have provided some of the best commentaries on this vital biblical book. Pastor Donald Barnhouse spent some fifteen years on the book of Romans. Dr. John Piper spent eight out of his thirty-three years in pastoral ministry working through Romans. Over the years I’ve read two dozen commentaries on the book of Romans. It’s one of my “favorite” books in the...

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Indwelling Sin, Positional Sanctification, and Progressive Sanctification

Editors note: The purpose of this series is to help our readers understand what sin is, how serious sin is, and how great the grace of God, who offers redemption to sinners from sin and new life in Christ. David Dunham opened our series on sin with a look at sin and biochecmical brokenness. Zach wrote on overcoming a sinful theology of Lent and Fasting. Nick Batzig wrote on two dangers and three duties in confessing sin to one another. Today Dave writes on indwelling sin, positional sanctification, and progressive sanctification. ************************************************** If you were to talk to the...

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Two Dangers and Three Duties in Confessing Sin to One Another

Editors note: The purpose of this series is to help our readers understand what sin is, how serious sin is, and how great the grace of God, who offers redemption to sinners from sin and new life in Christ. David Dunham opened our series on sin with a look at sin and biochecmical brokenness. Zach wrote on overcoming a sinful theology of Lent and Fasting. Today Nick Batzig writes on two dangers and three duties in confessing sin to one another. ************************************************** “Open Confession is good for the soul,” or so the maxim goes. Perhaps it might also be...

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