This and That 11-30-13

Podcast #30 – Voddie Baucham – Joseph & The Gospel of Many Colors – On episode 30 of our podcast, we interview Pastor Voddie Baucham Jr. about his newest book “Joseph and the Gospel of Many Colors: Reading an Old Story in a New Way”. We get into Gospel-centered preaching, Redemptive-Historical Preaching, Christ in the Old Testament, preaching, hermeneutics and more. – Confessing Baptist

10 Things Evangelicals Can be Thankful for This Year – Ligonier Ministries: Another ministry that’s producing high quality, reliable, attractive resources year on year. It’s so encouraging to see how well the leadership transition is going under Chris Larson’s visionary guidance, with high quality teaching fellows and faculty supplementing the R.C. Sproul teaching archive. And perhaps the highlight of the past year has been R.C. Sproul Jr’s writing about his painful yet grace-filled journey through the valley of the shadow. It’s a Christian classic in the making. – David Murray

When to Stop Reading the Bible – Do not expect always to get an emotional charge or a feeling of quiet peace when you read the Bible. By the grace of God you may expect that to be a frequent experience, but often you will get no emotional response at all. Let the Word break over your heart and mind again and again as the years go by, and imperceptibly there will come great changes in your attitude and outlook and conduct. You will probably be the last to recognize these… – Geoffrey Thomas

Creation, Culture, Redemption, and Hip Hop: A Response to the NCFIC Panel – What follows is what you might imagine would follow if you asked six old white guys to comment about Hip Hop. Their answers are a mix of religious language, old scare culture, and cultural racism. Note that I said cultural racism; this distinction is important. Cultural racism is defined by a sense of cultural superiority, wherein a group assumes the moral, aesthetic, or intellectual superiority of their traditions and language over that of others. – Mike Cosper

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