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Weekend A La Carte (3/3)

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Matthew 18 and Public Critique – Rick Phillips offers four reasons that public critique does not involve Matthew 18. “This demand for personal contact prior to public criticism of published writings is becoming almost ubiquitous these days. We even hear complaints that public critique violates Matthew 18 unless there has private dialogue first. Let me offer the following four reasons why this is completely wrong.”

Tornadoes – Here is a photo gallery displaying the destruction of the recent outbreak of tornadoes.

Porn’s Central Lie – Doug Wilson: “I have long said that the principle problem with pornography is the didactic and catechetical aspect of it. Immodesty and licentiousness are of course sinful, but it is not remarked enough that porn is a sex ed curriculum put together by liars and incompetents.

I’m Being Followed – From The Atlantic: “I’m Being Followed: How Google—and 104 Other Companies—Are Tracking Me on the Web.”

Hand-Raising Tips – Tim Hawkins has some tips on hand-raising in church.

As to his deity Christ had no mother, and as to his humanity he had no father.

—Robert Clarke

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