Drinking Deeply

Sunday, September 25, 2005 at 12:35 PM

Reading material

A few plugs for the stuff I've been reading:

Vincent Cheung is working through a series on how unreliable man truly is. And interestingly enough, he's finally put up a picture of himself... but it's impossible to determine features. Here's the first post: As a man thinks.

The A-Team Blog had an earlier post on the "L" limited atonement. Excellent read.

Tim Challies has a few posts. One on the Servetus problem and one on the infinite value of Scripture.

There is a good article in Relevant Magazine on a new type of hipster by Brett Mccracken. HT: Justin Taylor

I've also had the pleasure to be working through a few excellent books.

Father, Son, and Holy Spirit: Relationships, Roles, and Relevance by Bruce A. Ware is an excellent treatment of a long forgotten truth to Christianity. It discusses the historical background (very interesting in itself) and the beautiful and grace filled roles of the three parts of the trinity. What they do, who they are, and ultimately, their relationships with one another.

Praying Backwards by Bryan Chapell is also an excellent book on what it means to pray in Jesus' name. It definitely was an insightful read for me and it had an excellent treatment on the will of God.

I'd also like to give a blogspot to Frank Martens over at I See Daylight. He has had a lot of insightful posts and I've been blessed to be able to drop notes and be mutually encouraged by one another's faith. Check it out.

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