Kindle deals today include: Truth in a Culture of Doubt by Andreas Kostenberger ($3.50); Contending with Christianity’s Critics by Paul Copan ($3.50); Fear and Faith by Trillia Newbell ($3.03); Discerning Truth by Jason Lisle ($2.99).
Most people use the word wrong. This is a great little video that describes what it really means (and why we want to use it rightly).
Mollie Hemingway provides a quick and easy guide to the 10 videos that have been released to this point.
Are we actually supposed to remove the speck from a brother’s eye? And can we see clearly enough to do that? John Piper answers in his inimitable way.
Joe Carter: “In an attempt to help dispel and clarify some of the claims being made I’ve put together what we know so far. There is still much we do not know about this mass killing, and even most of what we know is tentative so I’ll update this article as necessary.”
Why did God give us four gospels instead of just one? It’s a valid question.
Tomorrow in 1692. Increase Mather published his “Cases of Conscience Concerning Evil Spirits,” which ended the Salem Witch Trials. *
“It is undeniably disturbing to drive to the scheduled killing of another.” This article tells how an execution actually unfolds.
Thanks to P&R for sponsoring the blog this week with “Don’t Leave Jesus Behind.” Sponsors play a crucial role in helping keep the blog going, so I am grateful for each one.
Can you have any greater assurance that you are praying the will of God than when you are praying the Word of God? —Don Whitney