Morning Mashup 04/29


A mashup of Kindle deals, articles, and videos for your information, edification, and enjoyment.


Truth in a Culture of Doubt by Andreas Kostenberger, Darrell Bock, and Josh Chatraw ($2.99)


Show Them Jesus by Jack Klumpenhower ($1.99)



Family Worship for the Stability of Minority Christian Families – Jarvis Williams: “As a black Christian man with a multi-ethnic heritage and a multi-racial and multi-cultural family, it is my conviction that a means by which God can keep black, brown, and other Christian minority families close to Jesus, close to each other, and structurally intact is by the Christian men in these families committing themselves to lead their families in regular family worship in accordance with the scriptures.”

Is Disagreement About Homosexuality an “Intra-Evangelical” Discussion? – Denny Burk analyzes a new book that could be ground-breaking in conservative evangelical publishing.

The Greatest Missionary of All Time – Andy Naselli and J.D. Crowley: “Where do you get missionaries like Paul, who have done the hard work of tending their conscience so they can navigate difficult cultural situations without exporting cultural Christianity? You grow such missionaries in the church, which is God’s laboratory for learning how to reach other cultures.”

Governed By Bad News or Good News? – David Prince: “We must not act as though this is a terrible time to be alive as a Christian in America because the opposite is true.”

Can America’s Largest Protestant Denomination Stop Trump? – Ruth Graham: “Believe it or not, Southern Baptists have become the loudest chorus of anti-Trump voices within conservative evangelicalism.”

Inhuman Baseball – While instant replay in baseball makes logical sense, I agree with this author that one of the things that set baseball apart is now gone, at least at the professional level.

What is Worship? – John Piper at his best.

How I Discovered True Masculinity – Matt Moore: “I’m so grateful God brought men into my life who didn’t try to give me a “guy makeover.” Instead, they sought me as I was, loved me when I didn’t want them to, and allowed me to learn what manhood is really about. They will never know to what depths they’ve enriched my life.”



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