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Blue Letter Links [4.5.11]

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RELEASED: The Next Story: Life and Faith after the Digital Explosion

I’ve been waiting for the release of this book, and today is the big day. I received an early copy from the publisher, and I can confidently say that it’s worth a good read. As a blogger, I see the great potential technology has to spread the good news of Jesus Christ; however, I also understand that there are dangers and idols closely associated with the digital world. In this book, Tim Challies tackles these both, providing a “technology theology” of sorts, exercising careful, biblical discernment on the issues throughout. I heartily recommend it.

KJV@400: Celebrating the 400th anniversary of the (Authorized) King James Version of the Bible

[Click for audio files] 400 years later, Dr. Leland Ryken discusses the impact of the King James Version of the Bible on our language and culture at the “KJV@400” conference. It’s important to note that some wrongly believe that the Authorized King James Version is the only Bible translation that holds accuracy and should be read today. On the other hand, not many Bible readers of our time realize the cultural impact that the KJV has had throughout the centuries. This conference celebrates its heritage and considers “what it means to carry on the legacy of accurate English translations for the 21st century.”

FREE Audiobook: Corrie ten Boom’s The Hiding Place

Corrie ten Boom’s classic is this month’s free audio download at ChristianAudio.com.

Why I Believe the Bible

A friend recently asked Jim Hamilton, author of God’s Glory in Salvation through Judgment: A Biblical Theology, why he believed that the bible is God’s revelation. Dr. Hamilton posted a copy of his reply at his blog.

Help for Reading the Bible Better

Crossway (publisher) has been kind enough to let us use their English Standard Version’s Introductions to the Books of the Bible on our website. Well, on the official ESV Study Bible website, they’ve been nice enough to provide a handful of free, helpful essays on “Reading the Bible Better”, with contributions from:

J.I. Packer – Reading the Bible Theologically
Leland Ryken – Reading the Bible as Literature
John Piper – Reading the Bible in Prayer and Communion with God
David Powlison – Reading the Bible for Personal Application
R. Kent Hughes – Reading the Bible for Preaching and Public Worship