A La Carte (7/13)
Amazon’s Same-Day Service - Amazon has a new tactic in battling retail stories: “Now that it has agreed to collect sales taxes, [Amazon] can legally set up warehouses right inside some of the largest metropolitan areas in the nation. Why would it want to do that? Because Amazon's new goal is to get stuff to you immediately--as soon as a few hours after you hit Buy.”
Cutting Christ to Pieces - Writing for Christianity Today, Michael Horton shows that “struggling with homosexuality is a paradox, but embracing homosexuality is a contradiction.” He responds specifically to “the controversy provoked by a recent interview in the Atlantic with Alan Chambers, the president of Exodus International.”
Mercy Ministry in the Church - The new edition of the 9Marks Journal is out. It focuses on mercy ministry in the local church.
The Reformation in Lego - Not the whole Reformation—just Luther before the Diet of Worms.
Daughters - Timothy Dalrymple writes about sex-selective abortions while celebrating his love for his daughter.
My Husband’s Helper - Martha Krienke has a helpful look at how she seeks to interpret the role of “helper” in her marriage.
It is a good rule never to look into the face of man in the morning till you have looked into the face of God. —C.H. Spurgeon