A La Carte (10/24)
You probably don’t know that Piper has a new book called This Momentary Marriage. I don’t quite know what’s going on, but it seems that it’s available now on the Desiring God site (to buy or to download in full for free) and that another edition will be published by Crossway in the spring (judging by the 2009 Crossway copyright).
Get Chosen by God
R.C. Sproul’s classic can be yours for free if you sign the Ligonier guest book.
Amazon is not unaffected by the economic downturn, it seems. And this article has a bit of news about the next version of the Kindle (mostly that we shouldn’t expect it too soon).
I’m Not Voting for a Man
From Randy Alcorn: “On Tuesday November 4, don’t think you are merely expressing a preference between two men, choosing who you like, who you’d enjoy hanging out with. You’re not voting for a friend, a dinner companion, a dance partner, someone to sit next to at a ball game or to be seen with at a party. Don’t allow yourself to vote as if this were American Idol. In the arena of an unborn child’s right to live, these candidates stand for things far bigger than themselves. And when it comes to the right to life of coming generations of unborn children, they stand for two polar opposites.”
A Happy Wife is a Happy Life
Ligon Duncan points to an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal. “The general consensus of sociologists is that, whereas a woman’s marital satisfaction is dependent on a combination of economic, emotional and psychological realities, a man’s marital satisfaction is most determined by one factor: how happy his wife is. When she is happy, he is. Working within this framework, most husbands are unwilling to dig in their heels on any issue unless they have a tremendous incentive to do so.”