Skip to content ↓

A La Carte (October 7)

I wasn’t able to dig up any new Kindle deals today. However, Logos has a roundup of their best deals for October while Westminster Books has some deals on books related to counseling one another.

Findings from the New Atlantis Report on Sexuality and Gender

Al Mohler breaks down an important new report and focuses on the most important findings.

How William Tyndale Changed the World

Here’s an article and video on a man who changed the world.

City Gate Destroyed by Hezekiah

WORLD reports: “archeologists have uncovered a city gate-shrine they believe Hezekiah’s men demolished at the city of Lachish in the eighth century B.C.”

Six Disturbing Assumptions Uncovered in A World Without Downs

Here, based on a new documentary, are “six chilling assumptions informing a culture that would enable the elimination of a subgroup.”

Boys Online

This is neither fun nor easy to read, but it is helpful in understanding what it’s like to be a teenaged boy navigating a digital world.

This Day in 1832. 184 years ago today Charles Converse, American lawyer and composer of the hymn tune for “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” was born. *

6 Ways the Psalms Sing to Our Fears

George Guthrie: “When I am struggling with fear, I find meditating on the Psalms a great help and comfort. Here are 6 ways in which that wonderful ‘song book’ for life helps me to process my fears, bringing them to the Lord.”

A Few Tips on Raising Boys

David Murray comes through with some good ones.

Lying About Hitler

Justin Taylor has an interesting interview with historian Richard Evans.

Flashback: Take a Test on the Trinity

A year ago I created this 33-question test on the Trinity. Why don’t you take 5 minutes to go through it and see how you do?

If you add anything to Christ, you lose Christ. Salvation is in Christ alone by grace alone through faith alone.

—John Stott

  • A Freak of Nature (and Nurture)

    A Freak of Nature (and Nurture)

    We are probably so accustomed to seeing bonsai trees that we don’t think much about them. But have you ever paused to consider how strange and freakish they really are?

  • A La Carte Collection cover image

    A La Carte (February 28)

    A La Carte: Can Christians buy expensive things? / You are probably WEIRDER than you think / Our limits are a gift from God / Big dreams impress. Ordinary faithfulness delivers / The biggest problem in worship education / Children’s books / and more.

  • A La Carte Collection cover image

    A La Carte (February 27)

    A La Carte: God doesn’t owe me kindness / Jordan Peterson’s “We Who Wrestle with God” tour / Does your church have an evangelist? / Putting Jesus first in a world of pleasures / Send help. My husband believes in me / and more.

  • Unite in Prayer with Persecuted Believers

    This week the blog is sponsored by Help The Persecuted. “Can I have a Bible?” The guard studied Qasem. “If you paint the walls of every cell in this prison, I’ll get you a Bible.” “Where is the paint?” And so Qasem, enduring what would ultimately be a three-year sentence for running house churches throughout…

  • Tell Me

    Why Didn’t You Tell Me?

    If you have spent any time at all on YouTube, you have probably seen videos of people hearing for the first time or people seeing color for the first time—videos of people who, through the miracles of modern science, have senses restored that had either been missing altogether or that had become dull through illness…

  • A La Carte Collection cover image

    A La Carte (February 26)

    A La Carte: How not to apply the Bible / 30 people in the New Testament confirmed / Taylor Swift and Christianity / But I did everything right / 10 reasons the Old Testament matters to Christians / Kindle deals / and more.