8 Favorite Quotes from the Book “The Believer’s Paradox” (Arthur W. Pink)

This is the second serving of #ReadingTheClassics on this blog. This is for the celebration of the 504th Protestant Reformation, coming this October 31.

This time I would like to share something from A. W. Pink titled The Believer’s Paradox. Like the previous post, these books are available at Chapel Library for download or you can get it through mail free. My aim is for you to have a taste of what a feast you’ll enjoy when you read the entire book.

“…if you are not plagued with and burdened by unbelief, if you do not humbly confess the same to God and seek His help about it, then are you of all men most miserable.”

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Book Review: “Both-And”(Ross Cunningham)

The internet gave us a new venue on how we get our theology. Believers get to find videos, audios, e-books and courses that will assist us to grasp the tenets of biblical Christianity. And as the internet matures it shapes also how we take information that is essentials. Theology is without exemption. We as are now netizen leaning more in the visual, infographic driven, brief videos for the fleeting attention span. This poses a new terrain for us Christians to discover.

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8 Favorite Quotes from the Book “Both And” (Ross Cunningham)

Guys, head over Driven By The Gospel website and check out my freshly translated article from Desiring God, written by David Mathis.

Now here are my favorite quote from the book Both And by Ross Cunningham published by Christian Focus. If you want to support the author, get a copy of this book by following this link.

“To rest only on one truth, at the expense of the other, leads to an impoverished view of God.”

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