I recently decided to start slowly reading through church history while taking careful notes to help with my retention. I opened my note-taking app and found … notes I had taken while slowly reading through church history. Not only had I forgotten the history, but I’d forgotten the notes! This is an uphill battle…
Today’s Kindle deals include some good books that rarely go on sale.
(Yesterday on the blog: Little Mud Puddles at Night)
“I believe we are experiencing one of the most significant periods of distraction in modern history. It’s happening right in front of us, and we’re not cluing in. Like the jewelry store attendant(s), we are overwhelmed with the number of people and situations that are vying for our attention. We are inundated with news, ideas, emotions, ideologies, and data. Social media, politics, economics, and conspiracy occupy our minds at an alarming rate. Each day we become more polarized in our viewpoints about what is true and what is false. Many of us have been thrown into a state of confusion and have become completely oblivious to what is actually happening.”
Just like everyone else, Leonardo De Chirico honors the life and legacy of J.I. Packer. Yet he also wants to think about why Packer signed ECT and how this was inconsistent with the rest of his ministry.
I admire this wife’s persistent love (and lament the circumstances that made her extraordinary actions necessary). “When Mary Daniel’s husband was first diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s at the age of 59, she promised that she would never leave his side. Then the coronavirus pandemic hit.”
Robert Godfrey describes the three waves of Pentecostalism.
I quite enjoyed this video about one of World War 2’s most interesting aircraft.
The parables of the talents and the minas: Are they essentially the same or essentially different?
It has revealed both good and bad…
There are endless ways that sin invites sin, that sin promotes further sin, that sin invites the opportunity to sin more, to sin deeper, to spawn off into a massive all-consuming storm. Let this be just one more reason to put sin to death…
God hasn’t just sent you to do his work in the lives of your children; he will use the lives of your children to advance his work in you. —Paul David Tripp