The Kindle deals have been ultra-slow lately. You may like The End for Which God Created the World by Jonathan Edwards (modern English) at $2.99, or Good News for Those Trying Harder by Dave Kraft ($2.99). It is your last day to take advantage of these deals: The Mingling of Souls by Matt Chandler ($3.99); The Wonder-Working God by Jared Wilson ($2.99); The Storytelling God by Jared Wilson ($2.99); Can We Trust the Gospels? by Mark D. Roberts ($1.99); The Man Christ Jesus by Bruce Ware ($2.99); Discovering Jesus by T.D. Alexander ($2.99).
Also, depending on your Mother’s Day traditions you may like Amazon’s daily deal today.
This week I was a guest on the TechTonic podcast and talked about where technology helps and hinders. We also discussed writing methods, productivity, and our everyday devices.
This is heartbreaking: “In the Women’s Center, my friends and I giggled awkwardly at the rainbow condoms and joked about a brochure entitled ‘Pregnant At Harvard?’ I never dreamed that it would be relevant to my life.”
I have been keeping an eye on reviews for Apple Watch, and this one seems to catch it well: It’s beautiful but still very much a version 1: rough around the edges.
Mark Altrogge outlines the most important factor in becoming more like Jesus.
Canadians may be interested in Michael Coren’s recent move from Catholicism to Liberal Anglicanism, and largely because of the Catholic view on homosexuality.
Jonathan Leeman shares a talk he gave recently on The Meaning of Sex.
Finally, thanks to Moody for sponsoring the blog this week with Life on Mission.
The habit of introspection may be abused, to divert the eyes of the soul too much from Christ. —R.L. Dabney