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A La Carte (November 26)

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Thoughts on Ferguson – Voddie Baucham offers his thoughts on Ferguson, and they are well worth reading.

How To Use the Colon – “It’s in ordinary writing that the colon gets a bit confusing. It’s sometimes used when it’s not needed, or not used when it is. And the biggest question is how to deal with the text that follows one.”

9 Things About Adoption – “Each year in November, the President of the United States issues a proclamation to announce National Adoption Month.” Joe Carter offers 9 things to know about adoption.

Serve Your Guts Out – Here are some great reasons to serve your guts out.

Prayer in the Facebook Age – This one is written from a Catholic perspective, but contains helpful thoughts on prayer in a Facebook age.

6 Theological Themes in Joshua – This article lists 6 theological themes that run through the book of Joshua.

Keller

I am going to judge my circumstances by Jesus’ love, not Jesus’ love by my circumstances.

—Tim Keller

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