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A La Carte (December 26)

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We know how to do the holidays up here in Canada. After Christmas, we double down and award ourselves a second public holiday called Boxing Day. So I’m going to take it a bit easy today. Here’s A La Carte and I’ll be back shortly with Free Stuff Fridays.

Jack Miller has a helpful little illustration of how Jesus came to save us: He Entered the Water.

One of the reasons I love being Canadian is its sheer diversity. The world is coming to Canada! Last year Canada welcomed 260,000 new citizens.

You may have read Newsweek’s awful article on the Bible. Michael Kruger absolutely destroys Newsweek’s nonsense in this fiery response. I am looking forward to part 2.

This is probably the weirdest sentence I’ve ever written: Be sure to listen to this phenomenal recording of “Oh Holy Night” by Puddles the Clown.

WORLD magazine has a review of Unbroken and they, too, lament the incompleteness of the story. If you haven’t done so yet, read the book.

David Platt wants to talk through Our Obligation to the Unreached.


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