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10 Things for Teen Girls

As the father of a teenage daughter, I am increasingly keenly aware of the massive influence her peers and society at large has on her thoughts and actions. From One Direction to the latest clothing fad to the most recent manner by which to twist a positive word into a negative connotation, the parade of pressure on the youth of today to conform to societal “norms” seems to not want to let up. Thus, I greatly appreciate it when great books come along that are geared towards teenage girls in an effort to clearly delineate the difference between the...

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Delighting in the Law of the Lord: God’s Alternative to Legalism and Moralism

Time and again we find in Scripture declarations such as “The law of the Lord is perfect”, “If you love me, then keep my commands”, and “Blessed are those whose way is blameless, who walk in the law of the Lord.” Despite those clear admonitions and statements, the word law seems to continually be treated as the ugly stepchild of the faith in favor of terms such as grace and freedom. On the other hand, there are those who seem to place an overemphasis on legalities. This leaves one perhaps wondering why the statements about the law of the...

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Five Truths About Why Inerrancy Matters

Editor’s Note: The purpose of this series is to help Christians think through the doctrine of Scripture and provide practical guidance on not only how to read the Bible but to deal with objections and attacks on the Bible. C. Walter shared practical tips for why Christians should read their Bible’s daily. J.C. Ryle answered the question, “Is the Bible the Word of God?” Mike Leake challenges us to use search engines for fact checking instead of fact giving when studying the Bible. Jeff Medders helped us learn to grow in love for the Bible. Dave started a five...

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Hope in His Word

Editor’s Note: The purpose of this series is to help Christians think through the doctrine of Scripture and provide practical guidance on not only how to read the Bible but to deal with objections and attacks on the Bible. C. Walter shared practical tips for why Christians should read their Bible’s daily. J.C. Ryle answered the question, “Is the Bible the Word of God?” Mike Leake challenges us to use search engines for fact checking instead of fact giving when studying the Bible. Jeff Medders helped us learn to grow in love for the Bible. Dave started a five...

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Parenting Against the Tide: A Handbook for 21st Century Parenting

As a relatively new parent of an adopted 13 year old, I definitely will raise both hands if asked whether parenting is a rough and tumble task. The responsibility of raising a child in the fear and admonition of the Lord in a society that at every turn seeks to undermine godly parenting principles makes the task all that more difficult. We live in an age where words like discipline are viewed with disdain in favor of a relative free for all approach with child rearing. Whatever makes them happy regardless of future consequences not just for them as...

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