David offers three good reasons that you should care about theology. “God has graciously revealed himself through his Word, and every follower of Christ should take pains to know him well. Every Christian, therefore, is a theologian.”
Ligonier has posted the audio and video of the 2016 West Coast Conference. You’ll find a long list of sessions there, including five short ones I did with Nathan Bingham that focus on life in a digital world.
Fred Sanders, who has written an excellent book on the Trinity, provides 18 theses on the Father and the Son.
I’m sure you’ve heard of devices that have planned obsolescence built right into them. This article discusses how it works. “For a fully modern example, consider smartphones. These handsets often get discarded after a mere couple years’ use. Screens or buttons break, batteries die, or their operating systems, apps, and so on can suddenly no longer be upgraded. Yet a solution is always near at hand: brand new handset models, pumped out every year or so, and touted as ‘the best ever’.”
H.B. Charles has a helpful article on crafting an expository sermon. “Expositional preaching gets a bad rap for being dry, boring, and lifeless. But zombie preachers should be indicted, not expository preaching.”
This Day in 1936. 80 years ago today, G.K. Chesterton, an influential Roman Catholic apologist and wit noted for his use of paradox, died at age 62. *
This guy spent two years shooting timelapses across Europe. In just two minutes he shows off some of his favorites.
D.A. Carson explains how knowing the Bible does not automatically produce personal holiness.
Here are six quick guidelines for Christian fasting.
Evil is not a principle in creation itself but is the willful distortion of good gifts into an arsenal deployed against God’s reign. —Michael Horton