Today’s list of Kindle deals is worth a quick look if you collect books in that format.
Thom Rainer gives eight reflections on 40 years of marriage. Also, congratulations to Thom and Nellie Jo!
LeRoy Wagner, who pastors a church down in Little Rock, and his wife Kimberly have become good friends to Aileen and me after we taught alongside them at a conference this summer. At that conference, LeRoy began experiencing some significant health problems.
This is a neat explanatory video about the human digestive system.
“During those years of waiting in front of abortion clinics, I trusted that God would bring forth from my small efforts the fruit he saw fit. I was content to be obedient and faithful without reward. And yet, being offered just a sliver of that reward now, many years later, I am encouraged all the more to be faithful even in times when I don’t see visible fruit.”
This is a neat post, compiling different Christmas traditions from several countries around the world.
“There’s a whole set of traditional ways to find the Trinity in the Old Testament—and it’s kind of a mixed bag. Some of them provide a good demonstration of the elements of trinitarianism in the Old Testament. As soon as the Trinity is revealed in the New Testament and we have a clear revelatory statement about what’s going on in regards to the godhead, it throws a light back on the things we’ve seen in the Old Testament.”
Net neutrality (short for “network neutrality”) refers to both a design principle and also laws that attempt to regulate and enforce that principle. The net neutrality principle is the idea that a public information network should aspire to treat all content, sites, and platforms equally. At its simplest, network neutrality is the idea that all internet traffic should be treated equally and that every website—from Google.com to TheGospelCoalition.org—should all be treated the same when it comes to giving users the bandwidth to reach the internet-connected services they prefer.
There are some times in life when you should be especially wary, when temptation is especially likely. Here are four times you should expect to face temptation.
Suffering dispels the illusion that we have the strength and competence to rule our own lives.—Tim Keller