Free this month from Logos is John Stott’s classic Why I Am A Christian. Two of his other titles are practically free.
There’s a freebie I’m not familiar with at Christian Audio along with several discounted biographies.
“The Protestant Church could do worse this 500th Reformation year than ending the habit that has gripped so much of the church at the pointy end of the 20th and start of the 21st centuries, namely the promulgation of self-indulgence.” Indeed. And in our own strange way, we still support indulgences.
Here is a Bell System instructional film for telephone operators, showing how to perform dialing operations. This goes way back and will make you better appreciate your iPhone.
These are helpful and important guidelines on reading or interpreting God’s providence.
Sam Storms lays out 10 things you ought to know about the sovereignty of God.
Just try it. “It’s not like turning off notifications shuts you out from using the apps you like. It just puts you back in control; you’re on your phone when you want to be, not when Amazon’s data says you’re likely to buy stuff.”
This article didn’t quite go where I expected to, but I still enjoyed it!
“At one time, the term ‘milquetoast’ was the go-to slam for bullies looking to belittle the meek. And while it sounds like some sort of French bread dish (and that’s no coincidence), the term originated with an early 20th-century comic strip star named Caspar Milquetoast, who through the subtle brutalities of everyday life became a sort of hero for the timid soul.” Here’s the story.
There are three different kinds of churches defined by the ways they relate to one another and the ways they relate to visitors.
Public prayer will never make up for closet communion.—George Muller