In the course of my travels around the internet, I often come across helpful links and resources that I feel others might find useful too.
In these posts, I want to share them with you.
This post is occasioned by the release of Aimee Byrd’s new book, Recovering From Biblical Manhood And Womanhood and the conversation surrounding it, but DeYoung is not trying to engage directly with the book or the responses to it.
Jonathan Master compiles some questions from himself and others as a result of reading Aimee Byrd’s new book Recovering From Biblical Manhood And Womanhood.
Aimee Byrd responds to Jonathan Master’s review of her recent book Recovering From Biblical Manhood And Womanhood.
Todd Pruitt explains some of what he believes around Complementarianism.
God created them male and female. Yet modern man shakes his head at the obvious, and hangs up posters of a gender unicorn, like blind men sighing at sunsets. The Gender Unicorn is a tragic parody, graffiti on the masterpiece of creation, an attempt to replace God’s glorious image with a cartoon. We should tremble to promote such lies. The effacing of his image is not going unnoticed by the Almighty.
Thomas Kidd interviews Agnes Howard about her recently published book, Showing: What Pregnancy Tells Us About Being Human (Eerdmans).
Abortion deeply affects many women in our churches and congregations. Often, the first reaction to an unwanted pregnancy is not calm and rational thought, but panic and a desire to fix the “problem” quickly. Abortion can be a very tempting practical solution, especially in the face of powerful pressures (family size, career, finances, and so on) and the potential for these things to destabilise relationships, marriages and family life. Lizzie Ling and Vaughan Roberts address these issues in their new book, Talking Points: Abortion.
The world has changed: Our message has not: The Good Book Company UK podcast with Joe Henegan and Becky Pippert 13/05/2020
Joe Henegan interviews Becky Pippert about evangelism, how she became a Christian, and about the new book she has written on evangelism, Stay Salt.
Life and books and everything, Episode 3: hosted by Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen, and Justin Taylor 05/05/2020
Kevin, Collin, and Justin discuss a number of things including, Mother’s Day, motherhood, identity, Christian books aimed at women, and infertility.
Canon, covenant and Christology: Matthew Barrett chats with the Mortification of Spin crew about his new book, which helps people read the Bible as Christian Scripture 13/05/2020
Matthew serves as associate professor of Christian Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, executive editor of Credo Magazine, and is author and editor of several theological books. He previously served on the faculty of Oak Hill College in London.