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A La Carte (6/21)

Here’s a roundup of the Kindle deals I’m aware of at the moment: Saved Without a Doubt by John MacArthur ($2.99); What Does the Lord Require? by Walter Kaiser Jr. ($3.99); Manhood Restored by Eric Mason ($0.99); What Every Man Wishes His Father Had Told Him by Byron Yawn ($2.51); Nancy Pearcey’s Total Truth ($4.99); John MacArthur’s The Second Coming ($4.99); Norman Geisler’s I Don’t Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist ($4.99); Mark Dever’s Nine Marks of a Healthy Church ($4.99); Bob Kauflin’s Worship Matters ($4.99); ESV Study Bible ($4.99); The Collected Letters of C.S. Lewis: Volume 1 ($0.99), Volume 3 ($0.99).

Does College Cause Young Adults to Lose Their Faith? - Glenn Stanton: “Do the years and experiences of college actually contribute to our young people losing or walking away from their faith? The answer - and the reasons for it - might surprise you.”

How the Court Could Rule - The New York Times looks at how the Supreme Court could rule on same-sex marriage.

Exodus International - “Exodus International, the oldest and largest Christian ministry dealing with faith and homosexuality announced tonight that it’s closing its doors after three-plus decades of ministry. The Board of Directors reached a decision after a year of dialogue and prayer about the organization’s place in a changing culture.”

Canadian Words and Phrases - Here are eleven words and phrases you probably won’t understand unless you’re Canadian (and, for kicks, eleven more).

Reading a Lot of Books - Here is one reader’s secret to reading a lot of books.

The Economics of Eating Out - “When it comes to restaurants, the correlation between price and enjoyment can seem low to non-existent. For every great meal that justifies a splurge, how many other restaurants serve up food that can’t beat a favorite deli or regular takeout place?”

To forsake Christ for the world, is to leave a treasure for a trifle, eternity for a moment, reality for a shadow. —William Jenkyn