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25 Books Every Christian Should Read



In 25 Books Every Christian Should Read, Richard Foster, Dallas Willard, Phyllis Tickle, Chris Webb, and a diverse editorial board of authors and speakers have identified the most helpful and historic books for Christian discipleship and created a resource that helps us make the most of them.
With sizable excerpts from each book (similar to Renovaré’s much used Devotional Classics), 25 Books is designed to help individual readers and small groups get a taste of and work through the most important books for formation in Christlikeness.

List of 25 Books 



 

Top Ten R.C. Sproul Lectures

  1. The Importance of Holiness” and “The Trauma of Holiness” fromThe Holiness of God
  2. Counting It All Joy” from Joy
  3. The Great Exchange” from Justification by Faith Alone
  4. The Drama of Redemption” from The Cross of Christ
  5. What About Human Freedom?” from The Providence of God
 

Christians Launch ‘Doing the Right Thing’ Movement

Tens of thousands of Christians from across the country tuned in to a live webcast on Saturday to witness the launch of the “Doing the Right Thing” movement.
The grassroots movement is being led by (Chuck) Colson, who believes an ethics revolution is “desperately needed.”

Sursa: Christians Launch ‘Doing the Right Thing’ Movement
Autor: Lillian Kwon

A man without ethics is a wild beast loosed upon the world.
(Albert Camus)

Terms That Abuse the Gospel

Would it surprise you that the following five terms are never used in the Bible when it comes to describing how a person receives salvation?

  1. Let Jesus into your heart.
  2. Invite Christ into your life.
  3. Just say this prayer and you’ll be saved…
 

Skepticism vs. Unbelief

There is a difference between doubt, skepticism, and outright unbelief.
Skepticism is when someone “can’t believe” and unbelief is when someone “won’t believe.”
Skepticism is honesty, while unbelief is stubbornness.
Skepticism is looking for light, and unbelief is being content with darkness.

Doubt Your Doubts and Believe Your Beliefs
(Greg Laurie – The Christian Post)