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Self-examination is an important practice, but also a hazardous one if not done well. This article offers wise counsel.
Speaking of lies, why do we lie anyway? Ryan Reeves says he was “was struck by how often the Bible speaks of our deceit and lies. I was struck, too, how easily it is to convince ourselves we are not the ones who fall into this category. Lying, sinful people must be somewhere in Babylon, not here in my heart.”
Here’s a quirky tradition with some deep historical roots.
Jordan Standridge has a comforting reflection on the inevitability and reality of death. (Hey, Jordan, I met your dad in Rome on Sunday!)
Yes, the transgender revolution, like the wider sexual revolution, is full of empty promises. “The sexual revolution has always whispered promises of this kind of godlike self-autonomy. After a generation of no-fault divorce, cohabitation, ubiquitous pornography, and the cultural unhinging of sex from marriage and marriage from childbearing, it seems inevitable that Western culture is now decoupling sexuality from even its most basic reality: gender.”
Here’s a nice little introduction to the coming of the Reformation in England.
Melissa shares a few lessons learned as a mother.
Not every look turns into adultery, but all adultery begins with the look.
A loyal few is better than a fickle multitude.—Shai Linne