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Life and Books and Everything is a podcast hosted by Kevin DeYoung, Justin Taylor, and Collin Hansen where discussions are centered on, well, life and books and a little bit of everything.
On any given episode, Kevin, Justin, and Collin may end up discussing sports, movies, politics, history, ministry, or current events. You’ll get some serious stuff, some humor, and some wonderful recommendations on outstanding Midwestern cuisine.
Mostly, you’ll hear about books—books we like, books we don’t like, books we want to read, books we want to write, books we want on a desert island, books for pastors and leaders, books for moms and dads, fiction books, theology books, history books, philosophy books, new books, old books—you get the idea.
And from time to time, we interview Christian leaders to talk about the books they’ve written and the books they’re reading.
We hope you’ll stop by and spend some time with us as well on Life and Books and Everything.

Life and Books and Everything Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen, Justin Taylor

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Life and Books and Everything is a podcast hosted by Kevin DeYoung, Justin Taylor, and Collin Hansen where discussions are centered on, well, life and books and a little bit of everything.
On any given episode, Kevin, Justin, and Collin may end up discussing sports, movies, politics, history, ministry, or current events. You’ll get some serious stuff, some humor, and some wonderful recommendations on outstanding Midwestern cuisine.
Mostly, you’ll hear about books—books we like, books we don’t like, books we want to read, books we want to write, books we want on a desert island, books for pastors and leaders, books for moms and dads, fiction books, theology books, history books, philosophy books, new books, old books—you get the idea.
And from time to time, we interview Christian leaders to talk about the books they’ve written and the books they’re reading.
We hope you’ll stop by and spend some time with us as well on Life and Books and Everything.

    Division, Whataboutism, & Christian Nationalism

    Division, Whataboutism, & Christian Nationalism

    Why is it so hard to acknowledge when our opponents get something right? Orto admit when we are wrong? Why do so few people see that BOTH this issue AND that issue can be right or wrong? Collin, Justin, and Kevin discuss these divisions that we experience on this episode. They also ask, “What is Christian Nationalism?” Listen to the end for the book recommendations and scroll down for the links. 
    Life and Books and Everything is sponsored by Crossway, publisher of the ShortStudies in Biblical Theology Series, edited by Dane C. Ortlund and Miles V. Van Pelt.  
    The Short Studies in Biblical Theology Series is designed to help readers see the whole Bible as a unified story culminating in Jesus Christ. In each volume, a trusted scholar traces an important topic through God’s word and explores its significance for the Christian life. 
    For 30% off this series and all other books and Bibles at Crossway, sign up for a free Crossway+ account at crossway.org/LBE. 
    Timestamps: 
    The Best Person to Disagree With [0:00 – 1:46] 
    Collin’s Jolly Holiday [1:46 – 4:17] 
    A Brief Digression on Morally Problematic Television [4:17 – 7:34] 
    Justin’s COVID Christmas [7:34 – 10:53] 
    VidAngel & Cobra Kai [10:53 – 12:15] 
    Kevin’s December Viewing [12:15 – 17:45] 
    Both/And: Why is it so hard to see both sides of an issue? [17:45 – 25:54] 
    Both/And: Should we even want this approach? [25:54 – 35:23] 
    Whataboutism & Selective Policing [35:23 – 40:57] 
    Christian Nationalism [40:57 – 56:16] 
    Book Recommendations Featuring Pro-Life and MLK, Jr. Topics [56:16 – 1:08:25] 
    Books and More Books: 
    The Case for Life: Equipping Christians to Engage the Culture, by ScottKlusendorf 
    Defending Life, by Francis J. Beckwith 
    Beyond Racial Gridlock: Embracing Mutual Responsibility, by George Yancey 
    Letter from a Birmingham Jail, by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 
    Abe: Abraham Lincoln in His Times, by David S. Reynolds 
    The Attributes of God: An Introduction, by Gerald Bray 
    Forty Questions About the End Times, by Eckhard Schnabel 
    The Bible and the Future, by Anthony A. Hoekema 
    Not Tragically Colored: Freedom, Personhood, and the Renewal of Black America,by Ismael Hernandez 
    America in the King Years, by Taylor Branch 
    Abuse of Discretion: The Inside Story of Roe v. Wade, by Clarke D. Forsythe 
    Concise Guide to Conservatism, by Russell Kirk 
    The Myth of the Lost Cause: Why the South Fought the Civil War and Why the North Won, by Edward H. Bonekemper, III 
    Geerhardus Vos: Reformed Biblical Theologian, Confessional Presbyterian, by Danny E. Olinger 
    Make Time: How to Focus on What Matters Every Day, by Jake Knapp and JohnZeratsky 
    Heralds of the King: Christ-Centered Sermons in the Tradition of Edmund P. Clowney, edited by Dennis E. Johnson 
    For Christ and the University: The Story of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship ofthe USA - 1940-1990, by Keith Hunt, Gladys Hunt 
    C. Stacey Woods and the Evangelical Rediscovery of the University, by A.Donald MacLeod 
    Moral, Believing Animals: Human Personhood and Culture, by Christian Smith 
    Confronting Injustice without Compromising Truth: 12 Questions Christians Should Ask About Social Justice, by Thaddeus J. Williams 
    Minds Wide Shut: How the New Fundamentalisms Divide Us, by Gary Saul Morson and Morton Schapiro 
    R. C. Sproul: A Life, by Stephen J. Nichols 

    • 1 hrs 8분
    John Piper Talks Books

    John Piper Talks Books

    John Piper sits down with Kevin DeYoung to discuss human purpose, pastoral leadership, the advantages of reading slowly. And of course they discuss books, too. So many books. Reading them; writing them; loving them; but most of all desiring God through them. (See the full list below.) And in this conversation you will get a picture of what will perhaps be John Piper’s magnum opus.  
    Life and Books and Everything is sponsored by Crossway, publisher of New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional, by Paul David Tripp.
    New Morning Mercies is great for people looking for a devotional in the new year—featuring 365 gospel-centered devotions. Each reading leads with a compelling, gospel-centered thought, followed by an extended meditation for the day. It equips you with the good news that you need to trust in God’s goodness, rely on his grace, and live for his glory—day in and day out. 
    For 30% off this book and all other books and Bibles at Crossway, sign up for a free Crossway+ account at crossway.org/LBE.
    Timestamps: 
    An Excellent Book for 2021 [1:11 – 2:37] 
    What did John Piper do for Christmas during coronavirus? [2:37 – 4:58] 
    Why Piper doesn’t like the word ‘retirement’ [4:58 – 12:45] 
    Especially Formative Books for John Piper [12:45 – 19:57] 
    On the Pros and Cons of Reading Slowly [19:57 – 34:48] 
    Books to Kickstart Pastoral Ministry [34:48 – 43:54] 
    Favorite Biographies [43:54 – 46:32] 
    Books to Return To [46:32 – 51:59] 
    The Hardest Book John Piper Had to Write and His Favorite [51:59 – 57:38] 
    Providence: John Piper’s Latest Book [57:38 – 1:03:15] 
    Enjoying the Process of Writing; Praise for Pastors Who Don’t Write Books[1:03:15 – 1:09:33] 
    More Questions on Providence and Providence [1:09:33 – 1:20:40] 
    The Most Important Verse in the Bible [1:20:40 – 1:25:08] 
    Books and More Books: 
    New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional, by Paul David Tripp (get 30% off) 
    Thinking God’s Thoughts: The Hermeneutics of Humility, by Daniel P. Fuller 
    The Unity of the Bible: Unfolding God's Plan for Humanity, by Daniel P.Fuller 
    Freedom of the Will, by Jonathan Edwards 
    The End for Which God Created the World, by Jonathan Edwards 
    The Religious Affections, by Jonathan Edwards 
    Validity in Interpretation, by E.D. Hirsch 
    Letters to Malcolm, Chiefly on Prayer, by C.S. Lewis 
    A Mind Awake: An Anthology of C.S. Lewis
    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ, by John Owen, introduction by J.I.Packer
    Communion with the Triune God, by John Owen  
    The Glory of Christ, by John Owen 
    How to Read a Book, by Mortimer Adler 
    Brothers, We Are Not Professionals, by John Piper 
    The Religious Life of Theological Students, by Benjamin B. Warfield 
    The Christian Ministry, by Charles Bridges 
    The True Excellency of a Minister of the Gospel, by Jonathan Edwards 
    Lectures to My Students, by Charles Spurgeon, especially “The Minister’sFainting Fits” and “The Blind Eye and the Deaf Ear” 
    Preaching and Preachers by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones 
    Walking with the Giants, by Warren Wiersbe 
    Listening to the Giants, by Warren Wiersbe 
    Giant Steps, by Warren Wiersbe 
    Tony Reinke on modern technology 
    Reformed Dogmatics by Hermann Bavinck  
    Systematic Theology, by Wayne Grudem 
    21 Servants of Sovereign Joy: Faithful, Flawed, and Fruitful, by JohnPiper 
    Augustine of Hippo: A Biography, by Peter Brown 
    William Tyndale: A Biography, by David Danielle 
    Jonathan Edwards: A Life, George Marsden 
    Jonathan Edwards: A New Biography, by Iain Murray 
    To the Golden Shore: The Life of Adoniram Judson, by Courtney Anderson 
    Portrait of Calvin, by T.H.L. Parker 
    Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther, Roland Bainton 
    A Sacrifice of Praise: An Anthology of Christian Poetry in English from Caedmonto the Mid-Twentieth Century
    The poetry of George Herbert 
    What Jesus Demands

    • 1 hrs 25분
    How Did Sexual Identity Politics Win?

    How Did Sexual Identity Politics Win?

    In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Carl Trueman joins Kevin, Justin, and Collin to discuss his latest book, published by Crossway, which analyzes the development of the sexual revolution as a symptom—rather than the cause—of the human search for identity. You’ll also learn the benefit for Christians of reading Nietzsche and Freud, and what you can say to someone when there isn’t time to debate the philosophy of gender.   
    Timestamps: 
    Thirty-second long book title [00:55 – 1:25] 
    If identity is sexual, then sex is political. [1:25 – 7:37] 
    Behaviors demand toleration; identity demands recognition. [7:37 – 13:39] 
    Grappling with the history of ideas [13:39 – 22:26] 
    Intended audience [22:26 – 24:29] 
    Why Carl wants to be called a bigot [24:29 – 28:32] 
    Should pastors read these non-Christian authors? [28:32 – 34:18] 
    Is Protestantism to blame for sexual identity politics? [34:18 – 44:48] 
    Natural law will help us communicate to younger generations. [44:48 – 50:55] 
    What can you say to the other side when there isn’t time to debate? [50:55 –56:16] 
    Against lament? [56:16 – 57:50] 
    Family shapes theology. [57:50 – 1:03:00] 
    Books and Everything: 
    The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self: Cultural Amnesia, ExpressiveIndividualism, and the Road to Sexual Revolution, by Carl R. Trueman 
    Civilization & Its Discontents, by Sigmund Freud 
    The Triumph of the Therapeutic, by Philip Rieff 
    Living in God's Two Kingdoms: A Biblical Vision for Christianity and Culture,by David VanDrunen 
    Hands Across the Aisle 
    “The Fury of the Fatherless,” by Mary Eberstadt, First Things  

    • 1 hrs 3분
    Getting to Know J. Ligon Duncan, III

    Getting to Know J. Ligon Duncan, III

    In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Kevin DeYoung interviews Dr. J. Ligon Duncan, III, chancellor of Reformed Theological Seminary. This interview was recorded live on stage from the Faithful Conference at Christ Covenant on November 7th. Listen and you’ll learn the books and people and places that made Dr. Duncan who he is. You’ll even find out his DJ name. 
    Timestamps: 
    Early Life and Conversion [00:00 – 7:16] 
    A True South Carolinian [7:16 – 10:17] 
    Encounters with God in Study [10:17 – 15:20] 
    Taking the Racial Blinders Off [15:20 – 23:08] 
    Critical Race Theory [23:08 – 27:47] 
    Reformed Books [27:47 – 31:57] 
    Covenant Theology [31:57 – 33:08] 
    Ligon Unplugged [33:08 – 38:50] 
    Lightning Round [38:50 – 48:27]  
    Books and Everything: 
    Knowing God, by Jim Packer 
    Search the Scriptures, edited by Alan M. Stibbs 
    Studies in the Sermon on the Mount, by Martyn Lloyd-Jones 
    Reformed Dogmatics: Theology Proper, by Geerhardus J. Vos 
    Dr. Duncan’s Class on Covenant Theology in the RTS App (iOS | Android) 
    Favorite Hymn: “How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds,” by John Newton 
    Systematic Theology, by Louis Berkhof 
    “Denn alles Fleisch, es ist wie Gras,” mvt. 2 from Ein deutsches Requiem, by Johannes Brahms  

    • 48분
    What the 2020 Election Means

    What the 2020 Election Means

    In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Kevin, Collin, &Justin wrestle with the current state of the 2020 election. Why doesn’t it seemto be a clear victory for the Left or the Right? What does it mean for thechurch? Does your vote have an inherent meaning, or is it entirely dependentupon your intentions? And they do indulge in just the right amount of rankpunditry.   
    Timestamps: 
    College Football [1:32 – 5:05] 
    Talking about the Election [5:05 – 33:11] 
    Does a vote have an inherent meaning? [33:11 – 48:48] 
    Alex Trebek [48:48 – 59:06] 
    What book, movie, or music do you go to when you need to reorient yourself?[59:06 – 1:08:49]  
    Book & Music Recommendations:
    Collin: 
    The old, red United Methodist Hymnal 
    Kevin:
    The Heidelberg Catechism 
    The Valley of Vision 
    Preaching & Preachers by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones 
    any systematic theology 
    The Planets, mvt. 4, “Jupiter” (Thaxted) by Gustav Holst 
    The Mission: Original Soundtrack from the Motion Picture by Ennio Morricone   
    Justin:
    Psalm 131 
    “God Moves in a Mysterious Way” by William Cowper 

    • 1 hrs 8분
    The Trinity and Evangelicalism

    The Trinity and Evangelicalism

    In this episode of Life and Books and Everything, Dr. Scott Swain—Professor of Systematic Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary—joins Kevin, Justin, and Collin to discuss his book, The Trinity: An Introduction. Listen in to hear about recent controversies surrounding the doctrine of the trinity, if the Holy Spirit is indeed forgotten in our discussions about the trinity, why analogies for the trinity are unhelpful, and why Orlando is the most magical place on earth.
    This episode of Life and Books and Everything is brought to you by Crossway. The Crossway book we want to highlight this week is Covenant Theology: Biblical, Theological, and Historical Perspectives by the faculty at Reformed Theological Seminary. Join a host of twenty-six scholars, including O. Palmer Robertson, Michael J. Kruger, and Scott R. Swain, as they explore how the concept of covenant is clearly taught in Scripture and how it lays the foundation for other doctrines of salvation.
    LBE is also excited to announce that listeners of the show can receive 30% off Crossway books, bibles, tracts, audiobooks, and ebooks by signing up for a free Crossway+ membership. Crossway+ is a new membership program designed to provide you with gospel-centered resources aimed at strengthening your faith and serving the church. Registering for a free Crossway+ membership makes it more convenient and affordable than ever to purchase directly from Crossway.
    Timestamps:
    Who is Scott Swain and why is Orlando the greatest and most magical place on earth? [0:00 - 8:40]
    Analogies and the trinity [8:40 - 12:10]
    20th Century evangelicalism and the doctrine of the trinity [12:10 - 20:45]
    What is biblicism? [20:45 - 23:53]
    Relations of origin and the persons of the trinity [23:53 - 29:30]
    Why we should reject social trinitarianism [29:30 - 31:31]Is it true that we often forget the Holy Spirit in our discussions of the trinity? [31:31 - 34:55]
    The work of the Holy Spirit and revivalistic-charismatic movements [34:55 - 38:21]
    A tool-kit of systematic theology categories and terms [38:21 - 49:12]
    The drama behind the filioque [49:12 - 50:50]
    How should pastors communicate these orthodox categories to their congregations? [50:50 - 57:35]
    Resources on the Doctrine of the Trinity:
    St. Patrick's Bad Analogies 
    The Deep Things of God: How the Trinity Changes Everything by Fred Sanders
    The Wonderful Works of God by Herman Bavinck
    The Essential Trinity: New Testament Foundations and Practical Relevance by Carl Trueman and Brandon Crowe 
    On God and Christ: The Five Theological Orations by Gregory of Nazianzus
    Retrieving Eternal Generation by Scott Swain and Fred Sanders
    Delighting in the Trinity: An Introduction to the Christian Faith by Michael Reeves
    Dogmatic Theology by William Shedd 
    Our Triune God: Living in the Love of the Three-in-One by Philip Ryken
    The Holy Spirit (Contours of Christian Theology) by Sinclair Ferguson
    Is Jesus Truly God?: How the Bible Teaches the Divinity of Christ by Greg Lanier   

    • 1 hrs 6분

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