Today’s Kindle deals include some great books by David Wells. It’s a good time to get introduced to his work…
(Yesterday on the blog: How We Worshipped)
What an interesting article to find in a national newspaper. “The news from France, this time Trèbes, was depressingly familiar. A jihadist terror attack, again. A radicalized Muslim man known to police on a rampage, again. Civilians about their daily business under siege, again.”
Todd Frieluh shares some wisdom from R.C. Sprouluh on the two typesuh of people in hell.
J.M. Bergoglio is better known, of course, as pope Francis. In this article, Reformed theologian Leonardo De Chirico takes a look at his intellectual journey. “What he has been saying and doing since being elected, e.g. his affirming attitudes towards all, his noisy silences over doctrine, his thoroughgoing Marianism, and his lack of clarity on several key issues, has caused many to wonder where his thought came from.”
“Researchers have detailed the structure and distribution of spaces in your body that they say represent a newfound human organ, and this ‘organ’ just might be your body’s biggest — but not all experts are convinced.”
Gene Veith looks at the “Staurogram,” the earliest means of representing Christ.
Basically, faster than in the past but not as fast as in the future…
Where Peale taught that our deepest problem is a lack of belief in ourselves and that our salvation comes with a simple shift in thinking, the Bible teaches that no man can save himself, regardless of how positive his thoughts may be.
Most of God’s people are contented to be saved from the hell that is without; they are not so anxious to be saved from the hell that is within.—Robert Murray McCheyne