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Here are the links and stories for the day…

Get Charles Sherlock’s “The Doctrine of Humanity” (Contours of Christian Theology) for 52% OFF at Westminster Bookstore

Get 5-packs of New Growth Press’ minibooks for only $8 (over 50% OFF) at Westminster Bookstore (ends 05/28)

Enter to win a stack of books by Matthias Media from 20 Schemes and The Philip Center

Get Kevin DeYoung’s “Crazy Busy” for just $3.99 for Amazon Kindle (sale ends 05/31)

Get Charles Quarles’ “Buried Hope or Risen Savior?” for just $0.99 for Amazon Kindle

Get R.C. Sproul’s “How Then Shall We Worship?: Biblical Principles to Guide Us Today” for just $2.99 for Amazon Kindle

Get R.C. Sproul’s “Pleasing God: Discovering the Meaning and Importance of Sanctification” for just $3.03 for Amazon Kindle

Get R.C. Sproul’s “God’s Love: How the Infinite God Cares for His Children” for just $3.03 for Amazon Kindle

Get R.C. Sproul’s “The Promises of God: Discovering the One Who Keeps His Word” for just $3.99 for Amazon Kindle

Get Paul Tripp’s “Broken-Down House: Living Productively in a World Gone Bad” for just $1.99 for Amazon Kindle

Get Tedd & Margy Tripp’s “Instructing a Child’s Heart” for just $1.99 for Amazon Kindle

Get Tedd Tripp’s “Shepherding a Child’s Heart” for just $1.99 for Amazon Kindle

Charles Spurgeon on Jesus Christ as the friend of sinners

Tullian Tchividjian claims official TGC statement by Carson and Keller is a flat out lie

Tony Reinke on Christian reading and the digital age

Denny Burk on responding to fellow believers in error

R.C. Sproul, Jr.’s list of 10 non-fiction books for home school teenagers

9 heartfelt things Pastors would like to say to their congregations

“The damage of sin is total, reaching to every part of your person. The power of grace is complete. It reaches as far as the curse is found.” (Paul Tripp)

“A low view of law leads to legalism in religion, a high view of law makes man a seeker after grace.” (J. Gresham Machen)

Please take some time to browse the other pages on this site (located in the tabs above). You’ll find FREE e-books, articles, and book recommendations to help you in your walk. Check out the Biblical Theology page or Apologetics page first… and don’t forget to check out the Northwest Ohio Reformation Society. Thanks!

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Notable & Newsworthy

Here are the various links and stories for the day…

Up to 45% OFF on Kevin DeYoung’s “Just Do Something: A Liberating Approach to Finding God’s Will” at Westminster Bookstore (ends 05/20)

Get R.C. Sproul’s “The Work of Christ” for FREE on Amazon Kindle

Last chance to win a stack of Danny Akin’s books from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and 20 Schemes

Go to 20 Schemes and enter to win books from Brian Croft, Joel Beeke, Mez McConnell and Matthias Media

Head over to 20 Schemes and enter to win all of Jared Wilson’s books

Watch R.C. Sproul’s “The Last Days According to Jesus” for FREE at Ligonier

Check out the archives of The Gospel Magazine (1766–Present) for FREE

An excellent article by Anthony Bradley on the history of outsourcing and technological advances

27-year old pregnant Sudanese doctor faces execution for marrying a Christian man

A discussion about the Church, blindness, and disability on The Mortification of Spin podcast

The lazy moralism (and intolerance) of liberal college politics

David Powlison on the tendency of our hearts to grow dull to Scripture

Albert Mohler on contemporary Chrstianity’s impatience for the Word of God

“There is one lawgiver… We dare not attempt to be holier than God’s law, and we dare not impose upon the Christian’s conscience what does not have the authority of divine institution.” (John Murray)

“Complicity with error will take from the best of men the power to enter any successful protest against it.” (Charles Spurgeon)

Please take some time to browse the other pages on the site (located above in the tabs or listed to the right). You’ll find several articles, FREE e-books and book recommendations. Check out the Apologetics page or the Exegetical Theology page first. Thanks!