Here are today’s Kindle deals: Intellectuals Don’t Need God and Other Modern Myths by Alister McGrath ($0.99); Women of the Old Testament by Abraham Kuyper ($0.99); How To Be a Christian in a Brave New World by Joni Eareckson Tada ($0.99); There Is a Plan by Ravi Zacharias ($0.99); The Jesus Storybook Bible by Sally Lloyd-Jones ($0.99); Biblical Words and their Meaning by Moises Silva ($1.99).
Google’s CFO Retires - There is some wisdom in this memo from Patrick Pichette in which he explains why he has chosen to retire.
Shells for Jesus - “A couple of times my family went to the beach, where we hunted for shells and shark’s teeth. I thought of the Christians who struggle with such frivolity. How can a Christian collect shells when people are going to hell?”
Biblical Eldership - Biblical Eldership is a web site that offers an impressive collection of resources on an important topic.
A Taste of Austria - Here is a stunning timelapse video of Austria.
From Lesbianism to Complementarianism - Jackie Hill Perry tells her story.
Shepherds’ Conference 2015 - All of the video from the recent Shepherds’ Conference Inerrancy Summit is now available.
A Brief Defense of Infant Baptism - While I continue to hold to believer’s baptism, I do appreciate Kevin DeYoung’s defense of infant baptism.
We must not be concerned only with that which troubles us, but with all that troubles God. —John Owen