I get my wife back today! Aileen has spent the last few days in Indianapolis to take in the 2014 True Woman conference. It sounds like she is having a great time, but I’ll be glad to have her back just in time for Thanksgiving (which, in Canada, we celebrate this weekend).
Here are today’s Kindle deals: Spiritual Warfare by Brian Borgman & Rob Ventura ($5.99); When God Weeps by Joni Eareckson Tada ($5.99); Hitler in the Crosshairs by Maurice Possley & John Woodbridge ($3.79); The Rage Against God by Peter Hitchens ($3.99); Gifted Hands by Ben Carson ($3.99); Everyday Prayers by Scotty Smith ($1.99).
Here’s an interesting and quantified take on America’s Most Well-Spoken President - “We crunched the data on more than 600 presidential speeches and addresses to see how they changed over time, and had Bill Clinton’s speechwriter check the results. Our findings may surprise you.”
A Lens to the Front is a photo gallery from Iraq.
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I always love to read Sinclair Ferguson on the Bible - “If Scripture is our final authority, exactly how reliable is it as the authority on which we should base the whole of our lives?”
The title of this one just about says it all: Let Your Dim, Sin-Stained Light Shine Before The World.
This article outlines one of the ways same-sex marriage will affect friendships. Esolen asks us to imagine a world in which the incest taboo is erased. In such a place, “You see a father hugging his teenage daughter as she leaves the car to go to school. The possibility flashes before your mind. The language has changed, and the individual can do nothing about it.”
Holiness is not the way to Christ. Christ is the way to holiness. —Adrian Rogers