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Friday, November 09, 2012 | Comments (9)

Most of us would probably like to read more, especially when it comes to current issues in the church and rich theological truth. But not everyone has endless time to scour the Internet or dig through seminary libraries to find top-notch writing on those topics. We get the sense we might be missing out, but we’ve got neither the time nor the insight to do much about it.

If you find yourself with an unfulfilled appetite for clear, powerful writing about God’s Word, the state of the church, and a biblical perspective on the world around us, we’ve got good news for you. Pulpit Magazine is a new, monthly publication focused specifically on those important topics. It’s produced by Grace Advance, a ministry of Grace Community Church, and it’s available for your mobile devices, including iPads, iPhones, and Kindles.

With an excellent staff of writers that includes John MacArthur, Phil Johnson, and Lance Quinn, Pulpit Magazine is intended to bring consistent, biblical insight and encouragement to readers everywhere. By tackling doctrinal and practical controversies in the church, Pulpit will keep you up to date in ways that clarify and edify.

Pulpit Magazine can be a source of great encouragement, insight, and instruction for you and your family. For a preview of the first issue and more information on how to subscribe, click here.

GTY Staff


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#1  Posted by Jason Shoots  |  Friday, November 09, 2012at 6:40 AM

Is it on Android phones?

#2  Posted by David Jordan  |  Friday, November 09, 2012at 10:18 AM

Hi Jason, This is Dave Jordan from Pulpit Magazine. We are working on getting Pulpit over to Android. We hope to serve you in that way soon!

#3  Posted by Zelda F Williams  |  Friday, November 09, 2012at 11:12 AM

Will this be available to those who do not have access to these types of phones?

#4  Posted by Jeremiah Johnson  |  Friday, November 09, 2012at 11:17 AM

Zelda,

I think you can download the articles as a free .pdf at the website linked above.

#5  Posted by William Sanchez  |  Friday, November 09, 2012at 2:23 PM

Will it be available on Windows Phones and/or as a Windows 8 app?

Thank you for this great resource!

#6  Posted by David Jordan  |  Friday, November 09, 2012at 3:12 PM

Hi William, This is Dave Jordan from Pulpit Magazine. Unfortunately, we currently do not have the ability to deliver Pulpit on Windows specific devices or as a Windows app.

#7  Posted by Mary Elizabeth Palshan  |  Sunday, November 11, 2012at 5:56 AM

I still read articles from the old Pulpit Magazine online. That source is a wealth of information. I am really looking forward to this new magazine.

When you say you cannot deliver it on Windows specifc devices-what does that mean? (Sorry--Mike Riccardi and Justin Brown know I am clueless when it comes to computers).

Mary Elizabeth Palshan

#8  Posted by David Jordan  |  Monday, November 12, 2012at 8:35 AM

Hi Mary,

That's a good question. Pulpit Magazine has been turned into a digital magazine for mobile devices such as the iPad, iPhone, Kindle and Nook. It is no longer built to be viewed as a blog on a windows or mac computer. Windows just came out with their own mobile device called the "Surface." Pulpit cannot be viewed on the "Surface" mobile tablet (which is a windows specific device). Hope that helps.

You can still view the text of each article on your computer: www.graceadvance.org/Pulpit

David Jordan - Managing Editor, Pulpit Magazine

#9  Posted by Mary Elizabeth Palshan  |  Tuesday, November 13, 2012at 5:31 AM

Thank you so much, David, for the explanation and the link. This is such a wonderful source that GTY has made available to so many people who hunger for truth.

(Also happy to see Phil Johnson actively in print once again since leaving PyroManiacs).