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Killer Kindle Deals

For all you BLB users that have an Amazon Kindle or Kindle app (PC, iPhone, iPad, Blackberry), the following Christian books are on sale right now:

Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God Author: Jonathan Edwards Price: $0.99

Originally delivered to Edwards’ congregation in June 1741, Sinners in the Hands of an […]

The Attributes of God: Eternality

[This is the first post in a new series on the attributes of God.]

And God said to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM.” (Exodus 3:14)

But You, O LORD, shall endure forever, And the remembrance of Your name to all generations. (Psalm 102:12)

Jesus Christ […]

Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

The Gospel Coalition:

“Pastor Thabiti Anyabwile draws upon his experience as someone who formerly practiced Islam to respond to Miroslav Volf’s argument that Christians and Muslims worship the same God.”


For more resources to help understand the Christian-Muslim dialogue and how to witness to your Muslim neighbors, you might want to visit […]

The Balance Beam

Another video from Francis Chan:


Amy Carmichael: liberator of child slaves

Amy Carmichael understood the Great Commission and lived it out. At a young age, she answered God’s call to the mission field and set sail to India, where she would spend the 50 years serving the church—the rest of her life. While in India, Carmichael founded the Dohnavur Fellowship, a refuge for child sex […]

Open Letter to North American Churches

Reverend Fletcher Matandika, the pastor of New Westminster Chapel, recently wrote an open letter to North American Churches, highlighting some concerns that he has. It is a must read.

Even if you don’t live in North America, Rev. Matandika’s pleas are biblically-driven and gospel-saturated. It should encourage us all to pray for our churches.


"Our faith is a Person" —Spurgeon

Charles H. Spurgeon:

“Our faith is a Person. The gospel that we have to preach is a Person. And go wherever we may, we have something solid and tangible to preach. If you had asked the twelve apostles, in their day, ‘What do you believe in?’ they would not have needed to […]

How Can We Fallen Humans Construct Good Theology?

[Thursdays: Theology]

Theology is the study of God, and God is immeasurable. That being the case, how can we fallen humans construct good theology? It’s a great question. Have you thought of it before?

Christopher Morgan, co-editor of Crossway’s Theology in Community Series, offers some great thoughts:

Still the challenge is enormous. […]

Don't Get Out of Whack

This article from Kevin DeYoung is superb. Here’ s an excerpt:

The Lord has been gracious over many years to preserve the unity at our church. So I’m not writing about the members of University Reformed Church. But I’ve seen and heard enough—from other church leaders and from church visitors who end up not […]

BLB Women's Ministry Resources

Calling all ladies!

Did you know that Blue Letter Bible has women’s ministry resources?

Well, we do! It has always been our desire to work alongside the local church by providing a wide variety of free bible study resources for both men and women. We want you, our users, to grow in the knowledge […]