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(Yesterday on the blog: One String to the Bow)
Jeff provides evidence that the Reformation still really matters.
I have really been enjoying this series of lectures by Robert Godfrey in which he discusses the end of Christendom (and makes so many Dutch jokes).
Does the Old Testament story of Rahab tell us that it’s sometimes okay to lie? I am inclined to agree with this author’s perspective.
“Every culture, in spite of the fall, retains elements of the image of God. For those with eyes to see, these positive elements of a culture quietly point to the wisdom, beauty, and goodness of God, a remnant witness which can’t help but spill out even in cultures that have been cut off from the truth for centuries.”
This article asks whether we are prepared to love and serve those whom modern ideology has harmed. “While the culture war continues to rage, I would like to very briefly ask my brothers and sisters in Christ to poke our heads above the fray of headlines and to consider the years ahead and how they might impact our actions today.”
Sometimes we are providentially hindered from gathering with God’s people. Far more often, though, we skip for other reasons.
We need church historians because we need church history. Few things are more important to the life and health of Christianity than a sound knowledge of our shared past.
The more the soul is conformed to Christ, the more confident it will be of its interest in Christ.—Thomas Brooks