Tag: Eerdmans

Learning to Love

Our desire to demonstrate that we were on the right side of things—in our desire to demonstrate that we “understood” the injustice of it all—we were, despite our sincerity, turning a movement that was ostensibly about equal rights into a movement that was really about our own moral righteousness.

Historian Mark Noll’s Top Books on Purposeful Thinking

Exploring the life of the mind with the author of 'The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind'

Outreach Magazine Names Resources of the Year

19th Annual Celebration of the Best

Mental Illness and the Church

Les Parrott: My Top 5 Books on Mental Health

What to Do With So Much Property

Excerpted from 'We Aren't Broke' (Eerdmans)

Evangelism and the Way of the Cross

Excerpted From 'No Longer Strangers' (Eerdmans)

Angela Williams Gorrell: The Gravity of Joy

A Story of Being Lost and Found (Eerdmans)