Today’s Kindle deals include two classics that will be at home in any Christian’s library.
“David Dockery, president of Trinity International University, knows the feeling of exhaustion. His wife, Lanese, gave birth to their three boys in three years. While he was president at Union University, one student shot another, and an EF4 tornado tore through while half of the students were on campus. But the most emotionally exhausting day in his life came on January 24, 1992.” Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra explains…
This is clever. “Here’s how our politically obsessed and ideologically sequestered press would report on C.S. Lewis’s classic children’s fantasy series.”
Here’s a little visual overview of the Jewish calendar.
We’ve come a long way.
Joe Carter explains why the transgender debate is really about redefining reality. “If you want to change a society, you merely need to get the public to shift an idea from the category of ‘unthinkable’ to ‘policy.’ You’ll know you’ve been successful when the formerly unthinkable has become public school policy.”
Brad Hambrick offers counsel on what to do and say when/if your child says those words.
“As the culture war rages on, there is another battle raging to which we must turn our attention. When I was a boy, my dad would sometimes tell me, ‘No one will hurt you so much as others in the church.’” That’s true, isn’t it?
I love Vance Christie’s biographical writings.
Just as a dog will lie down or roll over or beg or bark on command to get a sausage—doesn’t she realize how pathetic she looks?—, there is not much I won’t do to receive validation, to have others affirm my self-worth according to my criteria.
My thanks goes to Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary for sponsoring the blog this week.
No one ever said at the end of his course that he had been too holy and lived too near to God. —J.C. Ryle