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Darryl Dash has posted the first review of Visual Theology (the book) which releases today! I’ll have more to say about the book in my next post.
Here’s Mark Dever on living a life oriented away from self and toward others. (It’s an excerpt from his new book Discipling.)
Wow. Here’s the Aurora Borealis shown from Space in ultra-high definition.
If you are into podcasts, you may want to add Jason Allen’s new podcast Preaching and Preachers to your list.
John Piper shares some helpful tips. “Give 10% of your focus in life to avoiding obstacles to productivity and 90% of your focus to fastening on to great goals and pursuing them with all your might.”
It shouldn’t be difficult to explain why a short white man isn’t a tall asian woman. But today’s students just can’t tell you.
I find that I need to remind myself of truths like this each and every week. Rest is just so easy to neglect!
If you’re in or near Toronto and if you teach or preach God’s Word, be sure to check out these workshops.
This Day in 1529. 487 years ago today, German Lutheran Reformers were first called “Protestants” at the Diet of Speyer in Germany. *
No, the local church isn’t going anywhere no matter way the doomsdayers and naysayers tell us.
Here’s an interesting animation that shows the sinking of the Titanic in real-time.
People may not agree with our theology but they shouldn’t be able to argue with our lives. —John McGowan