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A La Carte (July 22)

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Gavin Peacock’s Moment – CBMW is venturing into longform writing and they get it started well with this article.

9 Things Rich People Do Differently Every Day – Rich versus poor is not the world’s most important distinction, but I did find these 9 differences quite interesting.

Was Bonhoeffer Gay? – A recent biography of Bonhoeffer has focused on his sexuality and suggested he had same-sex attraction. Trevin Wax responds.

Why a Lustful Man Doesn’t Want a Woman – Denny Burk highlights a particularly brilliant quote from the particularly brilliant C.S. Lewis.

An Abandoned Dog – Here’s your feel-good video du jour.

The Dangers and Duty of Confessing Sin to One Another – Nicholas Batzig looks at the dangers and the duty of obeying the Bible’s command to confess your sins to one another.

Sproul

The world is filled with God’s glory. You can’t turn without bumping into it.

—R.C. Sproul

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