The Freebie Round-Up #118

The Reformation Day is almost upon us and I hope you’ll enjoy upcoming interviews, articles and a comicbook review this week and the next. Please subscribe to the e-mail list at the left side of this blog to keep you updated.

Anyways, lets go to our freebies. If you missed the previous one and some of the old round-up, just scroll down and you’ll find them at the end of this article.

Also since I’m not 24/7 monitoring the latest freebies of publishing companies, I’m posting their e-mail sign up page, so you’ll be in the loop whenever they give out freebies. You can find it at the end of this round-up.
 
 

Free webinar “Self-Identity, Sexuality, and Rewriting History“– The C. S. Lewis Institute invites us to a webinar with speaker Carl Trueman this coming October 28. For the full details of the event, click here.

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The Digital Round-Up #14

zkorsnzHello there! Here’s “The Digital Round-Up” to give you some of my favorite freebies, articles and everything in between. What do you think of it? Eclectic? Weird? Interesting? I just want to know. So please, please, please do me a favor and post your comments about this post at the comment section. Thank you and God bless!

Free First time church visitor training – All the things you need to equip you and your volunteers in handling first time visitors. Files and videos are free just register to Ministry Grid (which is also free).

Consider the Other Side’s Best Arguments – Ken Samples points out that we should check the strongest arguments of the opposing view.

Preaching the Gospel with the TULIP’s tricky “L” in Mind – A one great answer from Tim Challies on preaching the gospel with “Limited Atonement” in mind.

Book Review: Graciousness by John Crotts – In case you missed it, here’s my book review of John Crotts latest book titled “Graciousness”.

Internet Underground Magazine – I have lots of memories of this now defunct magazine. This was back in the mid-90’s were the internet is in its infancy. I love to collect these because of its radical covers, bold articles and a whole lot of weird links (which I always check out). This magazine (and with Yahoo! Internet Life) really made my online life amazing. Check out the link to view the magazine’s archive.

Fallacious History – with all the fake news and possible historical revisionism, we need to straighten our history which will affect our Christian thinking. Carl R. Trueman writes how we can get out of this mess.

Jeff Durbin “The Myth of Neutrality”