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The Lord kindly has allowed me to participate in another book project, albeit in a very small way. The book, edited by Kevin DeYoung, is titled, Don’t Call it a Comeback: The Old Faith for a New Day (Crossway, 2010). Kevin and I collaborate on a chapter speaking out against homosexuality from the Biblical position. The Scriptures clearly speak against homosexuality.

I hope you enjoy the book and purchase one for a friend. I especially hope that you will give a copy to someone ages 15 – 35. All of the chapters are very good. I am excited about this project! Pre-order yours today!

Product Description:   Recent cultural interest in evangelicalism has led to considerable confusion about what the term actually means. Many young Christians are tempted to discard the label altogether. But evangelicalism is not merely a political movement in decline or a sociological phenomenon on the rise, as it has sometimes been portrayed. It is, in fact, a helpful theological profile that manifests itself in beliefs, ethics, and church life.

DeYoung and other key twenty- and thirty-something evangelical Christian leaders present Don’t Call It a Comeback: The Same Evangelical Faith for a New Day to assert the stability, relevance, and necessity of Christian orthodoxy today. This book introduces young, new, and under-discipled Christians to the most essential and basic issues of faith in general and of evangelicalism in particular.

Kevin DeYoung and contributors like Russell Moore, Tullian Tchividjian, Darrin Patrick, Justin Taylor, Thabiti Anyabwile, and Tim Challies examine what evangelical Christianity is and does within the broad categories of history, theology, and practice. They demonstrate that evangelicalism is still biblically and historically rooted and remains the same framework for faith that we need today.