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Practicing the Monastic Disciplines | Samuel Cocar & Sam Hamstra Jr.

The following is an excerpt from Practicing the Monastic Disciplines by Samuel Cocar & Sam Hamstra Jr.. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. If as a devoted Christ-follower you are serious about personal spiritual transformation, you will want to know more about the desert tradition, in […]

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Chasing Belief | Wayne L. Krefting

The following is an excerpt from Chasing Belief by Wayne L. Krefting. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Like many others today, I found myself “chasing belief.” Past university days, through two seminary degrees, that search continued as a part of my life experience, whether in […]

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Why Do the Nations Rage? | David A. Ritchie

The following is an excerpt from Why Do the Nations Rage? by David A. Ritchie. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. The gallows got my attention. They arose from the chaos, signaling murderous intent, as the mob surged like a tsunami around the Capitol steps. “Hang […]

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The Overlap Life | Tim Barber

The following is an excerpt from The Overlap Life by Tim Barber. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. So, where should we start if we’re trying to let the Bible reframe our understanding of the hope of the Gospel? Like most good stories, it’s best to […]

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Such a Mind as This | Richard L. Smith

The following is an excerpt from Such a Mind as This by Richard L. Smith. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Stupid and Irrelevant (Jer 10:8) For some time, Christian scholars have lamented the degradation of evangelical thinking. Albert Mohler writes, for example, “We are in […]

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