Today’s Kindle deals include a selection from Crossway related to the Reformation: The Reformation by Stephen Nichols; Experiencing the Truth by Anthony Carter; Luther on the Christian Life by Carl Trueman; Calvin on the Christian Life by Michael Horton. Then you’ll also find several from Matthias Media and a bunch of others (True Sexual Morality by Daniel Heimbach, and They Say We Are Infidels by Mindy Belz, etc). Check them out here.
Also, Ligonier Ministries has daily Reformation Week offers this week that will get you some pretty good deals.
John Piper offers ten resolutions for mental health.
WORLD: “The U.S. Constitution establishes that the Supreme Court is made up of justices who are nominated by the president and confirmed by the Senate, who are elected. Changing Roe v. Wade or other destructive Supreme Court decisions, therefore, rests unavoidably on political victories that can change the justices.”
Barton Swaim says, “A writer’s choice of pronouns tells us a lot about him.” Or about her. Or about them. And so on. This is an article about writing with clarity.
Ikea fascinates me. This article tells about some of its weird economics, like prices that go up then down. Mostly down. “Ikea is a behemoth. The home furnishing company uses 1 percent of the planet’s lumber, it says, and the 530 million cubic feet of wood used to make Ikea furniture each year pulls with its own kind of twisted gravity.”
This Day in 1648. 368 years ago today the Peace of Westphalia ended central Europe’s Thirty Year’s War providing equal political rights to Catholics and Protestants. *
Erik Raymond reflects on 20 years with Jesus.
Jared Wilson wants you to consider the possibility. “If you talk a big game about ‘the gospel,’ but don’t live like it’s true, the people you do life with will begin to suspect you don’t actually believe it. Worse yet, they may begin to disbelieve it themselves.”
Tyler Lyson has been hunting dinosaurs in the Badlands of North Dakota his whole life. This video displays some of his passion.
The latest book from Cruciform Press, Can I Smoke Pot?, demonstrates how we can draw clear answers from Scripture about an important moral question, even where the Bible seems to be silent.
When that wave rises up, when I feel like I could drown beneath all that regret, I sometimes consider those things I will never regret.
Your money flows most effortlessly toward your heart’s greatest love.—Tim Keller