A new commentary series is due out the summer of 2021 by Lexham Press Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary. (Note: “The first three volumes in the series were originally published by B&H Publishing in the Biblical Theology for Christian Proclamation commentary series.”)
Listen to Brett and Erin Kunkle on Five Steps to Help Your Kids Navigate Technology.
If you have any interest in studying the past, this interview with Chad Vegas on the Young, Restless, and Reformed (YRR) is worth a little bit of your time.
E. Calvin Beisner has written the following book: Social Justice vs Biblical Justice: How Good Intentions Undermine Justice and Gospel. See also, The Theological Problem With Tim Keller’s So-Called Social Justice, by Jacob Brunton.
J.P. Moreland has said the following about Tom Gillsons new book, “I have come to love, respect, and worship Jesus with renewed vigor and insight.” Tom’s book is titled, Too Good to Be False: How Jesus’ Incomparable Character Reveals His Reality (DeWard Publishing).
Here is a great discussion between Eli Ayala and Greg Koukl on “Apologetic Conversation Tactics”.
Here are 5 Tips for New Homeschoolers, and I would especially encourage you to listen to the latest Classical Conversations Podcast So You’re Gonna Homeschool.
Scheduled to be released in September is Is It Abuse? A Biblical Guide to Identifying Domestic Abuse and Helping Victims, by Darby Strickland (P&R).