1. A review of Walking with God Through Pain and Suffering by Tim Keller
This was such a phenomenal book. As a big picture tool for crafting a Biblical theological paradigm of suffering, it covers a wide swath of material, and yet remains highly accessible and practically oriented. It’s typical Keller: fresh, insightful, and captivating.
2. Studies in Leviticus: God Qualifies People for Ministry (chapter 8)
We will continue our exposition of the book of Leviticus next week by exploring God’s ordination of priests in Leviticus 8.
3. Destructive Themes of the Heart: Pride
I’ll be starting a new series next week exploring these themes and offering Biblical counseling on how to address them.
4. Peter was Always Meant to Sink
I am increasingly convinced that we read the story of Peter walking on water with a wrong interpretation. In particular I think we need to see the Peter was always meant to sink beneath the waves. I’ll explain more next week.