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Monthly Archives: May 2019
Here are items from last Sunday’s church activities: A. It was Good Shepherd’s Sunday, and the pastor was preaching about Psalm 23. One point that he made was that the valley of the shadow of death was extremely deep darkness. … Continue reading
Jonathan Edwards, A History of the Work of Redemption. See here to download the book. Jonathan Edwards was an eighteenth century Calvinist minister. He is known for his sermon, “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.” His book, “A … Continue reading
What can change in a couple of decades? Let’s plunge into the Deeper Waters and find out. Today, Allie and I begin a trip back to Tennessee for my 20th high school reunion. 614 more words via Twenty Years — Deeper … Continue reading
Originally posted on Epistle of Dude:
Here’s a compilation of my favorite books. I’ll keep updating this list because I’m sure I’ve forgotten some books and I’m sure I’ll read more books. Favorite books All of Grace (Spurgeon). A book…
Originally posted on International Liberty:
When I want to feel optimistic about China, I look at data from Economic Freedom of the World to confirm that there was a lot of economic liberalization (triggered in part by some civil disobedience)…
The title is snarky, but it makes good points. https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/blaspheming-st-rachel-held-evans/ via Blaspheming St. Rachel Held Evans — Triablogue
Here’s an article that was posted at Christianity Today, then withdrawn a few hours later. It strikes me as a very balanced article. It’s not a hit-piece. 1,397 more words via Rachel Held Evans — Triablogue
Reblogging for future reference, and because it makes good points (not that I endorse all of them). via Rachel Held Evans, An Icon of American Evangelicalism; Both ‘Right’ and ‘Left’
Doubt is a fork in the road. Making a wrong turn can lead down a dark path where the traveler becomes increasingly disoriented and lost. But sometimes doubt is the right turn. For instance, if you were born Hindu, Buddhist, … Continue reading