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(Yesterday on the blog: EPIC Australia/New Zealand: EPIC Vlog 03)
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I love this one. “Both Wheaton College Grads. Both lived into their 90’s. Both in full time ministry. Both powerful preachers of God’s Word, and yet with very different visible results. One with the Lord now the other still preaching and writing.”
The Shepherd’s Conference begins today. If you are not able to be there, you can watch it all via livestream.
This is a very insightful look at Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau (that includes one blasphemous word in dialogue). “Like everything else in his fortunate life, Trudeau’s current identity as social-justice warrior par excellence seems like just one more thing he’s blindly stumbled into, egged on by handlers and journalists much smarter than him.”
Here’s a helpful look at Jordan Peterson in his strengths and weaknesses. “He claims to be speaking into a yawning chasm in our culture; the chasm where meaning and purpose and identity used to reside before the deconstructionists deconstructed everything beyond any ability to recognise the construction that was there in the first place. And the stats bear out both his growing reach and influence.”
I’m so thankful to see churches putting great effort into welcoming those with disabilities and their families.
The early church wasn’t all we sometimes make it out to be. “When we talk about the New Testament church we can fall prey to the chronological snobbery C.S. Lewis cautions us against. Oldness doesn’t constitute betterness. Nor does newness.”
What happens when more and more of our lives are dictated by algorithms? “Credit scores already control our finances. With personal data being increasingly trawled, our politics and our friendships will be next…”
It seems to me that Hollywood is basically just burning itself to the ground. Samuel James says this: “This is a very helpful illustration of the dilemma that identity politics create. Choosing to honor one underrepresented person entails the choice not to honor a different one. If the arc of film history bends toward justice, does it land finally on a female director or a minority studio head? A transgender actress or a disabled male actor? How do you sort through the competing interests of the aggrieved without further aggrieving anyone?”
Discipline your children—you’ll love them and they’ll love you. Neglect to discipline your children—you’ll hate them and they’ll hate you. Spare the rod and you spoil the child, sure, but spare the rod and you spoil the parent as well.
The radical depravity of man and the heinous nature of his sin must be expounded so as to wound the conscience and lead men to Christ. —Paul Washer