Today’s Kindle deals include another long list. There’s an entire commentary series available as well.
This week Westminster Books has discounted the giveaway versions of the ESV.
Amy addresses some of the myths Americans tend to believe about Africa. I suppose Canadians must believe them too. Either way, let’s get corrected.
Brett Kunkle: “It’s true that modern technology has increased the number of reproductive technologies available to us, but we shouldn’t use them indiscriminately. As Christians, we need to think very carefully about the moral implications of these technologies, and there are several significant moral factors to take into account if you are seriously considering in vitro fertilization (IVF).”
Here’s how to fold the world record paper airplane.
Geoffrey Kirkland offers a series of pastoral suggestions as you give yourself to constant and committed prayer.
Give yourself to constant and committed to prayer (above), but not to “heavenly” prayer languages.
This Day in 1576. 441 years ago today Puritan parliamentarian Peter Wentworth was sent to the Tower of London for his rousing defense of freedom of speech. *
Biblically, the “older woman” is meant to take on certain responsibilities. But who qualifies as older? Lore Ferguson Wilbert answers.
The Daily Beast shows how Rachel Carson, an early environmentalist, ended up costing millions of people their lives.
We tend to associate long hours with being productive, but long hours may actually display laziness.
They feel the weight of sin and guilt, they feel the burden of their inadequacy before man and God, and they are, in that way, easy marks for someone who arrives with a cheap and easy gospel. These teachers are no doubt assuring them they aren’t so bad after all, that the solution is just to do more, to do better, to try harder, to follow the program.
There is no commentary that opens up the Bible so much as sickness and sorrow.—J.C. Ryle