This is a fascinating bit of investigative journalism from The Atlantic. Please note that it is a little PG-13 at times as the reporter chases down his story. “A hotly contested, supposedly ancient manuscript suggests Christ was married. But believing its origin story requires a big leap of faith.” (Also, New Testament scholar Michael Kruger comments and Karen King responds.)
Ever wondered about those black boxes they talk about after a plane crash? This video tells all about them.
Here’s another reader-friendly overview of the current Trinity debate.
Richard Phillips explains how a godly father plants good things in the hearts of his children.
Here are the collected (and free!) sermons of Alistair Begg on marriage.
Yes, this is exactly the case. “The result is bigotry running two ways — an unreasoning, irrational hatred of American Christians and a comprehensive denial of Muslim moral agency. American Christians are responsible for things they don’t believe. Sharia-observant Muslims, by contrast, aren’t responsible for the things they do believe.”
Available Now! Keith and Kristyn Getty’s new album, Facing a Task Unfinished, is now available. I’ve listened to it a hundred times already and love it!
This is difficult to read, but very important. As the author says, “It is no coincidence that the top two prescribed drugs at our state university’s health center are anti-depressants and the birth-control pill.”
Next January’s G3 Conference is getting bigger and better all the time. If you’re looking for a 2017 conference, you may be interested in a trip to Atlanta.
“When it comes to my kids, I seem to want to believe that God’s action is dependent upon my action. I believe that for God to save my kids, I first need to do the right things. If I want God to save them, I need to cross the spiritual t’s and dot the spiritual i’s…”
Ironically, it is only when we know how to die properly that we finally have some inkling about how to truly live here and now.—Michael Horton