Theological Aggregation–Week of December 12th, 2021

Let us rejoice and be glad in the day that the Lord has made! May He give you grace, peace, and strength for today.

Every week, Theological Aggregation will bring content from around the internet for your consideration. The content will include, but not be limited to, impactful blog posts, new books, intriguing videos, sermon links, podcasts, music, and news.

“Singing in sorrow, then, is one more way God conforms us to the image of his beloved Son. Here, as we suffer with him in song, Jesus teaches us to say, Our God still reigns. Our God will deliver. And someone needs to hear of his surpassing worth.”

Alexander the Great had a “great” (pun always intended), influence on the Hellenization of the world leading to the rapid spread of the Gospel with Greek being the lingua franca, language of the day. The animation and narration is an engaging way to present fascinating aspects of history.

The tragedy of Mars Hill should demonstrate the importance of carefully examining the fruit of character despite great charisma and talent. “Hosted by Mike Cosper, this podcast takes you inside the story of Mars Hill Church in Seattle –from its founding as part of one of the largest church planting movements in American history to its very public dissolution–and the aftermath that followed.”

Looking to add some excellent daily devotionals to your repertoire? “Grace to You” has four of John MacArthur’s devotional books from each of its respective daily readings.

New at Theological Digressions:

We are excited to announce the launch of two new aspects to Theological Digressions this last week!

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