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A La Carte (June 1)

Alarmism And Transgendered Kids

Rod Dreher writes about transgendered kids and teens: “Ten, twenty years from now, there are going to be a lot of maimed, broken people staggering around. This episode in history will be looked back on with horror.”

Why Patience Doesn’t Come Naturally

Sam Storms writes about his natural impatience. “It grieves my heart that I’m as selfish as I am. It grieves me even more that I don’t have enough confidence in the goodness and sovereignty of God and the truth of his Word that I would trust him when things don’t go my way.”

What Does It Mean to Take the Lord’s Name in Vain?

You probably won’t be surprised to learn there is much more to it than simply speaking God’s name in anger or as an insult.

7 Questions to Ask an Older Mother

These are wise questions from Melissa Kruger.

Died: Jan Crouch

Jan Crouch, cofounder of Trinity Broadcast Network, died on Tuesday. Christianity Today provides a brief overview of her life and legacy.

After 30 Years It’s Good to Be Married

This is a sweet article and one that’s good to see in a mainstream publication.

This Day in 165. 1,851 years ago today (according to tradition), apologist Justin Martyr was beheaded for his faith in Christ. *

How Budget Airlines Work

This video tells how budget airlines work and how they make so much more money than many traditional airlines.

The Benedict Option

You’ve probably heard someone talk about “The Benedict Option.” In this article Carl Trueman describes it a little bit and how it is not as silly as a lot of people make it out to be.

Flashback: The Bestsellers: The Shack

This entry in my series The Bestsellers looks at what may be the least likely bestseller of them all: The Shack. It has sold 20 million copies and will soon be released as a movie.

Spurgeon

It is easier to save us from our sins than from our righteousness.

—C.H. Spurgeon

  • He Was a Kind Man

    He Was a Kind Man

    What comes to mind when you think of R.C. Sproul? What do you remember of his life and ministry? What associations do you make when you hear his name? He was a gifted teacher, of course—probably the greatest pure teacher many of us have ever encountered. So many Christians first came to marvel at God’s…

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    A La Carte (February 6)

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  • The Parenting Book Too Few Parents Read

    The Parenting Book Too Few Parents Read

    We are blessed to have access to so many excellent books on parenting. From conception to empty nesting, from strong-willed toddlers to rebellious prodigals, from the joy of welcoming a child to the grief of losing one, there is a book to guide and help us. And for that, I am truly thankful. And yet…

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    A La Carte (February 5)

    A La Carte: Hell should unsettle Christians / What authority does a husband have over his wife? / The normalization of polyamory / What do Mormons believe about marriage? / Eleven expressions of gastronomic humility / Kindle deals / and more.

  • Sadness

    What To Do While You Wait To Die

    A friend of mine recently went to be with the Lord after enduring a long battle with leukemia. In his final weeks, as his strength slowly faded away, he told his family that he wished he could write a book titled What To Do While You Wait To Die. There would be no time to…