by Glenda Williams, BNc correspondent GENEVA, Ala (BNC) — Ladies Bible class teacher, Linda Sartain, has taken her Wednesday night Bible class far beyond what the 18 ladies would have ever dreamed. Glenda WilliamsAs a teenage girl, I prayed to marry… Continue Reading →
Greg Tidwell has been named editor of GA magazine.
The Warren Christian Apologetics Center releases Everett Ferguson’s book on second- and third-century apologists.
Central Arkansas Encourager is a new magazine for churches of Christ in central Arkansas.
Focus Press’ Think magazine will now be distributed by Borders bookstores in some U.S. regions.
by Jody Apple KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (BNc) — In recent years East Tennessee School of Preaching and Missions (ETSPM) published a small booklet-sized magazine called Journey. Though we’ve received positive comments about it, the most common remark we’ve heard has been,… Continue Reading →
HENDERSON, Tenn. (BNc) — The Bible Bookstore will host book signings for eight authors during the Freed-Hardeman lectureship week. Come by and meet these authors: Bruce Morton, Jay Lockhart, Phil Sanders, Dwina Willis, Debbie Bumbalough, Cynthia Guy, Allen Webster and… Continue Reading →
CROSSVILLE, Tenn. (BNc) — Missionary Jim Waldron has printed 10,000 New Testaments for free distribution as an evangelistic tool. Ten thousand copies of the New Testament in the New King James Version have been printed in South India at a… Continue Reading →
VILONIA, Ark. (BNc) — Gospel Opportunities announced today the publication of the second Greek-to-Spanish commentary in their Greek of the New Testament Commentary series. The Apocalipsis de Juan (Revelation of John) is a word-for-word analysis from the ancient Greek text… Continue Reading →
Book review by Joe Slater, Thayer, Mo. In Faith Undone, Roger Oakland, a premillennial dispensational evangelist, examines a fairly new movement among Evangelicals called the “emerging church” (or emergent movement). Having been through the periods of modernism and postmodernism, the… Continue Reading →
I am a fan of one-volume Bible commentaries. I’ve used most of them, from Peake’s to Jerome’s. Two on my shelf include the New Bible Commentary: Revised and the International Bible Commentary.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (BNc)- Homosexuals have long written children’s books promoting their agenda, such as Jennifer Has Two Daddies (1983), Daddy’s Roommate (1991), My Two Uncles (1995) and Heather Has Two Mommies (2000). Now an illustrated children’s book teaches the Biblical… Continue Reading →