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December Review: Advent, Blogs, and a Book

December 27, 2013


By Kyle Worley

We have seen some great posts here at CBMW Manual over the course of December. We know that the winter season can be incredibly busy and you may have missed some of these articles and so we wanted to provide a short recap of some of the highlights from the blog this past month.

Advent Posts: Here is the list for all of our Advent related posts of the year. We have had writers from the men’s blog, the ladie’s blog, and our cultural analysis blog writing posts that reflect on the Advent season. I would encourage you to pay special attention to the Karis Channel’s “Hope for the Holidays” series.

Dude, Where’s Your Gravitas?: You may have seen a link to this post over at Challies blog. Van Komatsu exhorts us to, “Fight with all you have not to be characterized by the pervasive cultural influences that beckon you to slump into the fallen state of vaporous manhood.”

Biblical Manhood and Pursuing Platform: This post takes a look at the privilege, purpose, and poison of “platform.” With all of the recent discussions regarding plagiarism, celebrity, and authenticity; we need to constantly consider how small we are in light of the person and work of Christ.

Do Not Neglect the Table and Fearful or Faithful: These two posts are by Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary professors.  Tommy Kiker tells the story of how important the Lord’s Supper table has been in demonstrating the Gospel to his son. Matt Queen challenges men to share the Gospel boldly.

Also, if you have not yet heard, our Executive Director Owen Strachan, has recently released his new book Risky Gospel. So, if you are looking to use some of that Amazon gift card money, may we suggest beginning with this excellent new addition to our libraries?

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