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There is truth to this. “One aspect of gospel-centrality remains under-emphasized among us: interpersonal reconciliation.”
Smithsonian: After an ambitious monument went bust, big dreams—and big heads—remain.
Jen Wilkin has a word for dads.
“Does the God of the Old Testament need anger management? I have no easy answer. But I do know that we must take the text as it actually presents itself. If we let it stand on its own terms, we begin to find clues.”
Jess Sheely reflects on what God has been teaching her as she’s engaged in one-to-one Bible reading evangelism.
This Day in 1497. 519 years ago today, Lutheran reformer and theologian Philip Melanchthon was born. *
Here are some stunning winter photos.
David Murray has collected a big list of resources for biblical exegesis.
Fasting does not change God’s hearing so much as it changes our praying. —Don Whitney