You will find a few minor Kindle deals in today’s list. And, of course, I continue to search for more.
Once a year Westminster Books has a great sale on the counseling minibooks from New Growth Press. This is the time to stock up!
That old-fashioned face time (not to be confused with FaceTime) still matters.
CBMW has released The Nashville Statement which has been endorsed by a long list of noteworthy Christian leaders.
I am not opposed to all MLMs, but I do hope people really do their homework and have realistic expectations before signing up. This article from Quartz sounds a cautionary note.
Richard Phillips has an article about slippery slopes. “The slippery slope simply notes that those who remove the restraint against worldly conformity place themselves in peril of further and more damaging accommodations.”
“To demonstrate that reading the Bible is morally equivalent to watching Game of Thrones, you would need to show that there are morally significant parallels between the two. The person who raised the challenge seemed to think he had done that by pointing to similar content in both (e.g. violence, murder, rape, incest, sex, etc.).”
Ligonier Ministries has created a dedicated site for Tabletalk magazine. There’s lots to read there!
Yes, this is such a neat thing. “I may not remember the circumstances in my life when I underlined the verse or wrote an observation next to it, but my heart sings with a sanctified reflex.”
In the past few years I have begun to see more and more Protestants wearing crucifixes, exchanging their empty cross for one that contains an image of the suffering Savior. J.I. Packer addresses the issue.
Ah, dear friends, God has only to give you what you want, to make you feel the emptiness of it!—C.H. Spurgeon