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Denny Burk comments on an article that discusses changing Christian views on hell.
Rod Dreher shares a letter from one of his readers that explains some of the radical change we see around us (and why it should concern us).
Melissa appeals to both husbands and wives in this article.
Here’s a pressing issue for Canadian doctors: “Naylor has no desire to quit medicine. But she says she is appalled at the thought she could be forced to refer patients seeking assisted death to an obliging doctor.”
This article neatly summarizes a lot of my concerns with Apple Music and, beyond that, with some of the loss that has come with digital music.
Steve Lawson: “Geography is not the only place we find a great divide. There is a high ground that runs through church history as well—a Continental Divide of theology. This great divide of doctrine separates two distinctly different streams of thought that flow in opposite directions.”
This Day in 1805. 211 years ago today, Henry Martyn arrived in India to aid William Carey with translation work. *
There’s a lot of comfort in knowing that you can’t actually mess it up.
“I am accustomed to giving the easy answer: ‘It’s not about how far can we go, but how holy we can be. You are asking all the wrong questions!’ That may make me feel smart and a little bit godly, but it’s not exactly a satisfying or helpful answer.”
The price of diluting God’s wrath is diminishing God’s holiness. —D.A. Carson