Readers will likely understand after reading only a few pages of Cosmopolis why the novel, published almost 10 years ago, has just recently been turned into a movie. The novel by Don DeLillo tells the story of a single day (an April day in the year 2000) in which Eric Packer, a multi-billionaire living in New York City, takes […]

Where is the Justice?

Proverbs 23:10-11 Do not move an ancient landmark or enter the fields of the fatherless, for their redeemer is strong;  he will plead their cause against you. Hear Jeremy Mullen speak on “the weight of Justice that is unbearable.”

Christ My Treasure

Christ My Treasure

Here’s a demo of a new song by Castle Island Hymns. The song was written by Bobby Krier and Justin Ruddy for potential inclusion in The Gospel Coalition’s “Songs for the Book of Luke” project. The words and music are original, and focus in on some of the scriptures’ financial imagery for describing the redemption and […]

The Gospel Shaped Life

New Hope for New England

On October 12, 1740, George Whitefield preached the gospel in the Boston Common. At that time the relatively young city had a population of about 17,000. But 22,000 people crammed into the oldest park in the United States to hear the “Grand Itinerant” tell of the glories of the grace of God in Christ. Of […]

Fare Forward

Fare Forward: A Journal of Christian Thought

We at CGC wanted to make you aware of an exciting new journal of Christian thought that has arisen out of the student and alumni community of Dartmouth College. Even in its first issue, Fare Forward, which takes its name from T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets, is off to a stellar start. Readers of periodicals like Books & Culture, […]