A La Carte (10/7)
I am down in Dallas, TX for the day. Or Fort Worth. Or Keller or something like that. Frankly I don’t know where I am. But I know why I’m here—to speak at a Psalm 119 conference. Unfortunately I can only be here for the first day of the conference as I’ve got a wedding to attend tomorrow. So if you’re at the conference, be sure to say “hello” today.
Marrying Cohabiting Couples - CT asks a range of pastors and other people if they would perform a marriage for a cohabiting couple. The responses are really quite interesting (and varied).
Steve Jobs - Writing for The Gospel Coalition, John Dyer writes about the life and impact of Steve Jobs. “His death represents the end of the first era of computing when, under his guidance, the computer went from a thing nerds built in their garage to a friend everyone carries in their pocket. Sometimes called the Leonardo Da Vinci of our times, he made the computer personal, the phone smart, and the mouse magical.”
Jobs, Abortion, Adoption - This article looks at Steve Jobs and then wonders how many Steve Jobs have been lost to abortion.
$5 Friday - Ligonier is offering a couple of books at just $5 today. The best of the bunch is Sinclair Ferguson’s In Christ Alone. Richard Philip’s Jesus the Evangelist is also available in ebook formats.
C.S. Lewis, Patron Saint - Andy Naselli summarizes an essay by Phil Ryken who suggests that C.S. Lewis is the patron saint of American evangelicalism. Ryken gives several reasons that Lewis is so popular among American evangelicals which are really, really interesting.
What I Learned in 2 Years - I enjoyed this husband’s reflections on what he has learned from his wife in just 2 years of marriage. Imagine what he will have learned in another 10 or 20!
The right manner of growth is to grow less in one’s own eyes. —Thomas Watson