I hope everyone has a blessed and Merry Christmas as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
Last night, I posted my thoughts on the 2016 US Presidential Election and addressed the recent protests in a blog post on another blog I am contributing to for Focusing on the Mark Ministries. You can read my blog post by clicking here. In it, I wanted to call the citizens of our country to be united as well as cover the recent protests taking place in our country. By the way, in addition to blogging here, I am also blogging for Focusing on the Mark Ministries. I will not quit blogging here and will continue to blog here (and hope to blog here more regularly when I have a moment). However, my content over at Focusing on the Mark Ministries is a little different than the content I post here. On here, I tend to cover Bible software, technology in ministry posts, etc., whereas over at Focusing on the Mark Ministries, I basically post blog posts stemming from seminary papers and projects I’ve written, with occasional articles I personally write and publish there. I encourage you to read both the StillTruth.com blog and Focusing on the Mark Ministries blog to receive content from yours truly, as well as the other great contributors both here and over there who contribute […]
Take a look at your Bible and think about the hands that made it. Bringing the Bible to Christians across the ages is an epic story. How that Bible is produced matters. Crossway’s blog detailed a video on how some of their heirloom quality Bibles are being produced today. Check it out. “As Christians, we cherish the Bible more than any other book, so it is appropriate to produce it with the utmost integrity, with the highest quality materials, and in a format that will last for years,” comments Don Jones, Vice President of Bible Publishing at Crossway. Source: How an ESV Bible Is Made