5 Reasons the Ascension of Jesus Is Neglected

Many Christians reflect often on how the resurrection impacts the everyday life of believers. Because Jesus lives, we will live too. But what about the ascension of Jesus? Is it a doctrine we return to?

In the following excerpt from Patrick Schreiner’s forthcoming book, The Ascension of Christ: Recovering a Neglected Doctrine, we see five reasons that we sometimes overlook the ascension—and why Jesus’ resurrection isn’t complete without it. [Read more…]

Free Course This July: The Believer’s Identity, Calling, and Destiny

“Sons and daughters of God” may not mean what you think it means. Explore its significance—and much more—with Michael Heiser’s course The Believer’s Identity, Calling, and Destiny, free this month only. 

Dig into often-overlooked context, believers as family, participation with God’s government, the meaning of “none beside me,” and more. [Read more…]

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Church Is a Place of Healing. So Why Do We Think We Must Have It All Together?

Those last words of Matthew 11:29 offer a promise for every Christian. Yet, so often, we find ourselves dried up or burnt out, with soul rest seemingly unreachable. 

How can we put our hope in that promise?

Through great grief, Curtis Zackery found the answer. 

In Soul Rest: Reclaim Your Life. Return to Sabbath., Zackery shares his journey to help others reach the same rest. The excerpt below reveals a major barrier to rest—and how to remove it. [Read more…]

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Learning biblical Greek and Hebrew swings open the door to deeper Bible study, but who can master two ancient languages on top of everything else?

Here’s a secret, though: you don’t have to speak these two ancient languages to use them.  [Read more…]

Free Book from the Award-Winning Author of The Care of Souls

Where do we turn in times of trouble?

Harold L. Senkbeil, longtime Lutheran pastor and award-winning author of The Care of Souls, wants us to remember the God who understands our emotional, physical, and spiritual suffering. [Read more…]

3 Intriguing Topics in the Huge Crossway Sale (Happening Now)

Check out the Crossway individual volumes sale, and you’ll see works from J. I. Packer, R. C. Sproul, R. Kent Hughes, and other well-loved theologians. They take readers deeper into the Bible, answer urgent questions, show how to preach effectively through the Bible, and more. And for a limited time, they’re on sale for as little as $0.99.

They also dig into some intriguing theological topics, like these. . .  [Read more…]

June’s Top Picks: Christianity in the Making, Divorce and Remarriage, More

This June, Logos has knocked 40% off top picks from Eerdmans. Even the behemoth Eerdmans Ultimate Collection—1,058 volumes—is 40% off, chopping $10,720 from the regular price. 

One thing that hasn’t gone anywhere, though, is variety. Liturgical studies, Church history, New Testament studies, and more are all included. [Read more…]

This Free Commentary Will Have You Reading Ancient Insights in Seconds

June’s free book of the month is here! It’s a free commentary on Mark, offering insights into this synoptic Gospel. [Read more…]

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For a few more days, you can pick up a highly rated commentary on Isaiah for free. (It’s usually nearly $50.) [Read more…]