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from Aug 04, 2015 Category: Tabletalk Magazine

The August issue of Tabletalk is out and we’ve made the digital edition free. Read it for free on iPad, select Android tablets, and Amazon’s Kindle Fire. If you don’t have one of the above devices, download the ePubMOBI, or PDF versions.

This issue of Tabletalk considers persecution. Jesus warned us, “If they persecuted me, they will also persecute you.” Christians have endured suffering throughout history. Yet Jesus told us to “take heart” for He has “overcome the world.” This issue of Tabletalk will explain what persecution is, how Christians have experienced persecution, what it looks like around the world, and what the future holds for believers. The issue will thereby give readers a good grasp of what the Bible means by persecution and how we should respond to it.

Contributors include R.C. Sproul along with Tom Ascol, George Grant, Dave Furman, Owen Strachan, John MacArthur, R.C. Sproul Jr., Kevin Struyk, Barnabas Piper, Kelly Kapic, and Dan Iverson.

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Here’s a preview of what’s coming up in Tabletalk over the coming months:

The Study Bible

The September issue will consider the purpose and importance of study Bibles, providing an apologetic for their development and use.

The Hard Sayings of Jesus

The October issue will seek to explain some of these hard sayings and also help readers know what to do when they encounter passages such as these.

The Christian Sexual Ethic

The November issue will address the teaching of Scripture and other topics related to sexual ethics in the church and world.

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