Today’s Kindle deals include a number of interesting books, most of them from Crossway.
Have I mentioned how glad I am that Michael Haykin is blogging? “Many in the modern world, sadly even Christians, see the past as little more than this: a tiresome account of a few big names with little wisdom to impart for life today. At best, it may offer a couple of hours of entertainment and diversion via a movie or a novel.”
Oh my. How do you kill a spider when it appears to be big enough to squash you?
Here’s a strange one, and perhaps a sign of the times: “Diocese of Truro advertises for Mission leader, but ‘You do not need to be a practising Christian’.” Baffling.
“It seems that in the western world there is one category of people not particularly allowed to voice an opinion; one category of people that should be denied office at all costs.” And you know who they are, don’t you?
This article seems to go quite nicely with the last one.
I had heard rumour of this little route before. Turns out it’s true…
You can read this whole article or just read of Adelaide Amelia Louise Theresa Caroline, Her Serene Highness, the Duchess of Saxony and Princess of Saxe-Meiningen. either way, you’ll be blessed.
False teachers have been present in every era of human history, they have always been a plague and have always been in the business of providing counterfeit truth. While their circumstances may change, their methods remain consistent.
What a preacher is as a Christian is of greater consequences than his natural gifts. —Iain Murray