Crossway e-Book Sale! Every Book Just $6!

by Jan 9, 2012Books

Crossway is selling all of their e-books for just six bucks a piece—until Jan 15th.

Here’s a little gem from one I picked up, Mark Dever’s The Message of the Old Testament: Promises Made. I’ve been planning on buying this for some years now as a homiletical aid. Finally, the price was right!

In order to acquire a sense of the grandiosity of God’s work, the majesty of his plan, the tenacity of his love, there is no replacement for the Old Testament. Deprive yourself of this part of God’s revelation, and your God will seem smaller, less holy, and less loving than God really is.

That is so true.

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