I’ve got just a few new Kindle deals today: Identity by Eric Geiger ($0.99); Defending Inerrancy by Norman Geisler ($1.99); A Year of Prayer by John MacArthur ($4.99); New from GLH Publishing is The Character of a Genuine Theologian by Herman Witsius ($0.99).
The Difference Between Outrage and Accountability - Yes! “For the Christian, shame and outrage can never be ends in themselves. While we value accountability, Christian accountability should always be oriented toward reconciliation and restoration - and seasoned with humility and love.”
What It Means And Does Not Mean To Honor Our President - Mark Altrogge follows up.
Let Boys be Non-Medicated Boys - “Even the goodness of boyhood energy is broken by the fall. But in most cases, what if we are getting the diagnosis wrong? What if ADHD seems more like God-given characteristics of what it means to actually be a boy?”
The Man in the Van - ESPN has a great profile of one of the quirkiest players in Major League Baseball.
The Life and Theology of Paul - Ligonier Ministries is putting together a great selection of courses; the latest one looks at the life and theology of Paul; the first lecture is free. (Also consider their $5 Friday sale which has some good books and commentaries.)
The Secret Shame of Abortion in the Church - “In the church, we face the challenge of upholding the sanctity of life, while simultaneously ministering to women who feel overwhelming shame about their abortions.”
Because of Jesus the sin we cannot forget God does not remember. —Tullian Tchividjian