Weekend A La Carte (11/24)

Squeezing Harder Than That – This is some very good writing from Douglas Wilson. “Now I can understand a vote against women bishops as a preliminary move to try to undo the ordination of women priests. And I can understand a vote for women bishops as the next logical step after having established the practice of ordaining women priests. What I don’t get is the affirming the ordination of women priests and opposing them as bishops. The pig, once swallowed by the python, has to move on down the line.”

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NFL Long Shot – This is a long article but a very interesting read. It describes the hard life of an NFL long shot.

Too IntrospectiveTrevin Wax wrote an article on the danger of Puritan-like introspection. Both Jeremy Walker and Carl Trueman have offered helpful responses.

Twice-Yearly Sale – ChristianAudio is having their twice-yearly sale, which means that they’ve got a lot of good audio books that have been reduced in price. (Lots of bad ones, too…)

Was Spurgeon Off His Rocker? – “It was a stretch you might say. A 19th century British preacher apprehended a 3,000-year-old psalm for peace and courage in the midst of dire circumstances. Andree Seu Peterson tells the story in a recent article…”

There would be no manifestation of God’s grace or true goodness, if there was no sin to be pardoned, no misery to be saved from. –Jonathan Edwards