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Fake Book Covers from Reformed Authors

In the lead up to the PCA’s General Assembly this year, we created some fake food-related book covers from some of the most well-known Reformed writers, pastors and theologians. Ever wonder what Tim Keller thinks about an American classic, the hot dog? Or imagine John Piper writing about leftovers. Well, here you go! Here is the full collection. Enjoy.

*Special thank you to Chris Meadows for his invaluable assistance in creating these graphics.

The Prodigal (Hot) Dog by Tim Keller

The Prodigal (Hot) Dog
by Tim Keller

Don't Waste Your Leftovers by John Piper

Don’t Waste Your Leftovers
by John Piper

Three Free Cinnabons by Steve Brown

Three Free Cinnabons
by Steve Brown

The Pizzamaker by Ken Sande

The Pizzamaker
by Ken Sande

He Gave Us Streusel by Richard Pratt

He Gave Us Streusel
by Richard Pratt

Christ-Centered Eating by Bryan Chapell

Christ-Centered Eating
by Bryan Chapell


The Semi-Pelagian Narrower Catechism

Not even sure who to credit for this. I found in on PuritanBoard some time ago. But it is very funny. Enjoy.

The Semi-Pelagian Narrower Catechism

1. Q: What is the chief end of each individual Christian?
A: Each individual Christian’s chief end is to get saved. This is the first and great commandment.

2. Q: And what is the second great commandment?
A: The second, which is like unto it, is to get as many others saved as he can.

3. Q: What one work is required of thee for thy salvation?
A: It is required of me for my salvation that I make a Decision for Christ, which meaneth to accept Him into my heart to be my personal lord’n’saviour

4. Q: At what time must thou perform this work?
A: I must perform this work at such time as I have reached the Age of Accountability.

5. Q: At what time wilt thou have reached this Age?
A: That is a trick question. In order to determine this time, my mind must needs be sharper than any two-edged sword, able to pierce even to the division of bone and marrow; for, alas, the Age of Accountability is different for each individual, and is thus unknowable.

6. Q: By what means is a Decision for Christ made?
A: A Decision for Christ is made, not according to His own purpose and grace which was given to me in Christ Jesus before the world began, but according to the exercise of my own Free Will in saying the Sinner’s Prayer in my own words. Continue reading

A Modern Day Parable

This video is sharp – cutting right to the heart of the way that many churches operate.  From the bumper stickers to the “greeters” who are otherwise engaged in conversation, it’s no wonder that when a church does manage to get a visitor to come, they don’t stay!  Thanks Deb for sharing.

Interact: What part of this video is most true of your church?