Daily Archives: November 3, 2017

Book Review: Puritan Family Life

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
Puritan Family Life:  The Diary Of Samuel Sewall, by Judith S. Graham In the popular culture, and even among a great many academics, the Puritans suffer from being considered cosmic killjoys who had no…

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Carr-Judah’s survival

Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
David M. Carr in Holy Resilience, having dealt with the traumatic conquest of Northern Israel by the Assyrians, moves on to what happened in the south, especially in Jerusalem. They avoided trauma of complete conquest.  King…

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Overlooked and struggling in your ministry?

Originally posted on Enough Light:
For anyone out there who thinks I am arrogant, please know that I am continually humbled. I recently ran into individuals from 2 small churches where I’d preached as a substitute in September. I remembered…

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Book Write-Up: Where We Belong, by Lynn Austin

Lynn Austin.  Where We Belong.  Bethany House, 2017.  See here to buy the book. Where We Belong is set in the nineteenth century.  Two sisters, Rebecca and Flora Hawes, live with their wealthy father in Chicago.  They are based on … Continue reading

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