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Conrad Mbewe: “The tragedy on today’s ecclesiastical landscape is the number of heretics who are thriving inside evangelicalism. They are having a field day and hardly anyone is raising a voice against them.”
“Is there any wonder why there is such a decline in biblical masculinity in the church? It is a shame that many men are far too busy conquering fake lands, looking at fake women, and winning fake championships to follow Christ’s path of self-denying, cross-bearing, service.”
I enjoyed this article from Bethany Jenkins: “On Wednesday, as Curry sat the bench, he wasn’t morose or sullen. He didn’t appear jealous of his teammates or hesitant to celebrate their successes. In fact, he seemed like the happiest person in the arena.”
I love posts like this one. “Our lives here in Cameroon are becoming our ‘new normal’ but every once and a while we look at one another and say, ‘Is this for real?’ Here are some funny examples…”
Perhaps this will serve as Monday morning encouragement for pastors (both as they think about yesterday’s sermon and as they begin to think about next Sunday’s).
This Day in 373. 1,643 years ago today, church father, Athanasius, died. He was known for fighting against the heresy, Arianism (and winning), and for being the first to list the New Testament canonical books as we know them today. *
I’m a chronic name-forgetter. For that reason I try to do all three of these things.
This seems inevitable: “Parents cannot be caught flat-footed. Action taken by the courts will inexorably work their way down to every local district and school.”
Your help is in the name of the Lord, not in the name of your favorite Christian hero. —Dale Ralph Davis