“Andy Stanley knows the Bible. As the son of the popular Baptist pastor, Dr. Charles Stanley, he has grown up under Bible teaching and preaching. As a pastor of a very large megachurch, North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, Andy Stanley has spent much time reading and studying the Bible. So, why does it seem that Andy Stanley has a problem with the Bible on so many different levels?”
This anecdote from Paul Washer cracked me up. (And, on a satirical note, In Lieu Of Sermon, Paul Washer Glares At Congregation For 43 Straight Minutes.)
John Piper may no longer lead a church, but he still has the heart of a pastor.
Russell Moore: “Regardless of whether or not Trump’s comments come from a genuine and convictional pro-life worldview, all pro-life Americans need to make this issue clear: Protecting unborn babies is not about punishing women, but punishing an industry and a culture that dehumanizes human beings.” (Denny Burk also comments.)
I enjoyed this longform article on the pharmaceutical industry and how they can bamboozle us into buying ineffective and unnecessary medications. (Note: Click the button on the bottom-right to skip the splash page.)
This Day in 1743. 273 years ago today, David Brainerd began his missionary work among the Native Americans of New Jersey. *
This short video explains all need to know about speed limits (and why your speedometer never quite matches your GPS).
I guess God’s Not Dead 2 comes to theatres this weekend. In the meantime, here’s a review of the first movie that does a good job of explaining objections to the first one.
Spiritual credibility springs from a holy and pure life.—Jerry Wragg