Friday Quiz

The Quiz Team | April 17th 2015

Who was King David's eldest son?

  • Amnon
  • Adonijah
  • Solomon
  • Samuel

Which is the correct spelling?

  • Phillippians
  • Phillipians
  • Philippians
  • Philipians

How many chapters does Zephaniah have?

  • 8
  • 1
  • 3
  • 5

Which is the shortest book in the Pentateuch?

  • Exodus
  • Leviticus
  • Numbers
  • Deuteronomy

The devil said to him, ‘If you are the Son of God, tell this ______ to become bread.

  • dough
  • stone
  • snake
  • stick

From Corinthians, "But God, who comforts the downcast, comforted us by the coming of _____"

  • cake
  • Timothy
  • Christ
  • Titus

Which person is most named in Genesis?

  • Jacob
  • Joseph
  • Abraham
  • Adam
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Tough Question - If there is a God why does he allow suffering?

Christianity Explored | April 16th 2015

It’s a huge question, isn’t it? Hardly a day goes by when we don’t come across suffering. Devastation caused by earthquakes and tsunamis… millions living in poverty… children being abused… family breakdowns… bullying… people suffer. We suffer. So it’s right to say to God: “God, if you’re there, why don’t you do something about it?”

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What is Gospel Shaped Outreach?

Tim Thornborough | April 15th 2015

Don Carson introduces Gospel Shaped Outreach:

Gospel Shaped Outreach is part of Gospel Shaped Church - a brand new curriculum from The Gospel Coalition and The Good Book Company.

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What is Gospel Shaped Worship?

Tim Thornborough | April 15th 2015

Don Carson introduces Gospel Shaped Worship:

Gospel Shaped Worship is part of Gospel Shaped Church - a brand new curriculum from The Gospel Coalition and The Good Book Company.

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What’s new from TGBC at TGC15?

Tim Thornborough | April 14th 2015

We’re excited to be at The Gospel Coalition’s National Conference in Orlando this week. Here are five new resources we’re launching at the conference that you can now get your hands on:

1. Daniel For You by David Helm
We live in difficult times to be people who obey God and worship him alone. How can we be confident under pressure and faithful in the fire?

In Daniel For You, this readable, accessible, exciting volume walking through one of the best-loved books of the Bible, David Helm shows how Daniel and his friends learned how to live in Babylon, far from their home in God's land—and how we can do the same.

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Free Sessions: Gospel Shaped Church

Tim Thornborough | April 13th 2015

Gospel Shaped Church, a brand new resource from The Gospel Coalition and The Good Book Company launches tonight at Coming Home: TGC National Conference 2015.

Click on the links below to watch Session 1 of both Gospel Shaped Worship and Gospel Shaped Outreach for free.

Watch Session 1 of  Gospel Shaped Worship for free





Watch Session 1 of Gospel Shaped Outreach for free




How to Grow a Gospel Shaped Church

Don Carson & Tim Keller | April 13th 2015

The Gospel Coalition is a group of pastors and churches in the Reformed heritage who delight in the truth and power of the gospel, and who want the gospel of Christ crucified and resurrected to lie at the center of all we cherish, preach and teach.

We want churches called into existence by the gospel to be shaped by the gospel in their everyday life. Through our fellowship, conferences, and online and printed media, we have sought to encourage pastors and church leaders to calibrate their lives around what is of first importance—the gospel of Christ. In these resources, we want to provide those same pastors with the tools to excite and equip church members with this mindset.

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Setting up for #TGC15

James Burstow | April 13th 2015

The Good Book Company Team setting up for The Gospel Coalition National Conference 2015.

Watch the live stream of the conference:

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Panel Discussion on Evangelism with Keller, Pippert, Tice, Raymond at TGC Conference

Brad Byrd | April 8th 2015

D.A. Carson, in his Foreword to Rico Tice’s new book Honest Evangelism, writes:

“Christians are increasingly dismissed as intellectually inferior, narrow and blind, who should be ignored and, perhaps, suppressed … In a polarized culture where Christian convictions are not in good odor, where are courage and joy in Christian witness to be found? What does Christian witness look like—both in the hard times when the mockery becomes savage, and in the good times when people are transformed by the gospel?”

The progress of the States, and indeed the whole of the West, toward a post- Christendom directed by increasingly assertive secularism and atheism represents both a challenge and an opportunity for gospel-loving churches. In a way that American believers have not had to contend with for generations, to live as a Christian—

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Aren't all religions basically the same?

Christianity Explored | April 7th 2015

Tim Keller answers this commonly asked question:

The resurrection of Jesus Christ probably is the thing that sets Christianity apart—because the other religions bring you a prophet or they bring you a sage, and they say: “This is the way to find God.” So in that sense they're all the same.

Christianity comes along and says: “This person IS God, and he was raised from the dead to prove it.”

And that is just a different category and you have to come to grips with that to be a Christian, and also it does force you in a way to grapple with it. Instead of saying: “I like this religion because it meets my needs” or: “I like these thoughts,” you have to say: “Did it happen or not?”

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