The September issue of Tabletalk considers the purpose and importance of study Bibles, providing an apologetic for their development and use. Study Bibles have a rich history among God's people, and their use has promoted great spiritual growth among Christians through the years. This issue of Tabletalk looks at the history of study Bibles, how and why Christians can use them, and how they can help believers grow in Christ. It provides helpful guidance for taking full advantage of study Bibles and other resources. As an expression of our shared commitment to sound biblical teaching, we will feature several study Bibles, including the new Reformation Study Bible.
We do not post all of the feature articles or the daily devotionals from the issue, so you'll have to either purchase the issue or subscribe to get those. But for now, here are links to several free columns and articles from this month:
- Study Bibles: Soli Deo Gloria by Burk Parsons
- Why a Study Bible? by R.C. Sproul
- When I Don't Feel Forgiven by Ian Hamilton
- Gathering Together by Brian Croft
- Growing in Christ, Serving in Ministry: An Interview with Sinclair Ferguson
- When the Church Doesn't Shine by Elliot Gudem
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Here's a preview of what's coming up in Tabletalk over the coming months:
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.
The December issue will explore ideas related to contentment.
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