A La Carte (10/29)
Canada’s McLeans magazine looks at frugality for a new generation. “But even beyond a deep economic recession, there are signs that meaningful social change is brewing. As environmental fears push us from Hummers to hybrids, and a younger, tech-savvy generation rebels against the “Bigger is Better” boomer mantra, a long-overdue cultural shift could be in the works, say observers.”
Reformation Study Bible for Any Amount
Celebrate Reformation Week with a genuine leather Reformation Study Bible (ESV) for a donation of any amount.
Principles for Voting
Ligonier offers both audio and text of R.C. Sproul discussing principles for voting.
Fireproof Shouldn’t Be Critic-Proof
I thought this article from WORLD, even if it slightly overstates the issue, offers a fair warning. “We do the Kendrick brothers no favors when we grant them a “pass” based on good intentions. I learned this lesson as a writer many years ago. I am not the greatest writer in the world, but (I assure you) I am much better than I was last year, and I am much, much better than I was a decade ago. I improved because of tough feedback from teachers, mentors, and—sometimes—critics.”
Americans and Climate Change
This article offers some interesting facts on what Americans believe about climate change. “Only 18 percent of survey respondents strongly believe that climate change is real, human-caused and harmful.” “73 percent of Americans believe that global warming is happening. But when you look at this finding by political party affiliation, only one-half (54 percent) of Republicans believe it is happening, versus 90 percent of Democrats.”
Jesus Christ is Stronger
James MacDonald offers some gospel encouragements.