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Al Mohler remembers Schaeffer’s classic 40 years after it appeared. “While most evangelicals were watching Gunsmoke and taking their kids to the newly opened Walt Disney World, Schaeffer was listening and watching as a new worldview was taking hold of the larger culture.”
Here’s a longform article about what I consider the greatest gaming franchise ever: Sid Meier’s Civilization. (And what are the chances that two articles in a day would refer to Kenneth Clark’s series Civilization? I wonder if Dr. Mohler plays the game…)
Jen Thorn offers a retelling of Luther’s parable of justification.
Go full screen and HD to enjoy the beauty of Colorado’s autumn through this video.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about comfort. Rich Holdeman’s article is challenging.
Here’s a timely word for husbands whose wives have suffered a miscarriage.
Kevin DeYoung writes about the oft-misused phrase semper reformanda and tells how it should not be used.
This Day in 1949. 67 years ago today Jim Eliot wrote his most famous saying in his journal: “He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose.” *
You might be interested in this video that tells how Burj Khalifa is a marvel of engineering.
Josh Buice recently interviewed me on reading and writing. You can click and read if you’re interested.
“Jen Hatmaker’s recent remarks affirming LGBT relationships have lost her bestselling books a place on the shelves of LifeWay Christian Stores.”
One of the facts I’ve learned since writing a book on pornography, and since having the opportunity to write articles for various sites and publications, is that children today are taking their innocent questions to Google and, all too often, receiving decidedly non-innocent answers.
Do not be guided by providences when you are refusing to be guided by God’s Word.—Sinclair Ferguson