Today’s Kindle deals include The Apostle by John Pollock as well as books by James White, Tremper Longman, Tim Lane, and others. There are some great titles there.
Sam Storms provides a solid answer. He points out that the question of when he was born is far less important than the fact that he was born.
With a headline like that you just need to read it, don’t you?
My article today is about showing honor to parents. The last article and this one both accomplish that. This one also includes a nice rendition of a Christmas classic. (Click here if his link doesn’t work.)
In a short video, Timothy Paul Jones shows how new heresies are rarely new.
For months now I’ve watched this loony go around the world getting stung by insects. Finally he has graduated to the bullet ant, the worst sting of any insect. Better him than me! (I’m pretty sure that, remarkably, there’s no swearing or bad language.)
This Day in 1807. 209 years ago today John Newton, Anglican clergyman, hymn writer and author of the famed ‘Amazing Grace,’ died. *
It’s a strange and interesting case that came before the courts in Canada. “In a ruling that references butter knives, euthanasia and cats named Slimey and Oinky, a Saskatoon judge made an impassioned defence of the notion that, when it comes to the law, dogs should not be treated as though they were children.”
Christianity Today reports on efforts to free Andrew Brunson, an American pastor with the Evangelical Presbyterian Church jailed on erroneous allegations amid a crackdown on evangelicals in Turkey.
Melissa asks a good question: Would you want to come home to you at the end of a long day?
Through success and failure I have learned a bit about New Year’s resolutions and want to share a tip—a two-part tip. It’s a simple but important one that is the key to successful resolutions.
If there were 1,000 ways to God, we would want 1,001.—David Platt