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Weekend A La Carte (February 14)

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R.C. Sproul Jr. pulls no punches: “As a rule, men are relational dolts. From an early age girls develop sophisticated communications arrays, whereby they are able to simultaneously translate what anyone says, whether with words, expression or body language, into what they actually mean.”

I enjoy the site Redeemed Reader and appreciated this: Five Red Flags to Watch for in YA Christian Romance Fiction.

Here is a look at how How One Stupid Tweet Blew Up Justine Sacco’s Life. It contains important matters for reflection in a digital age.

When it comes to parenting, it’s good to Remember What You Signed Up For.

Thanks to Ligonier Ministries for sponsoring the blog this week with the article The Light of the Reformation Was the Light of the Bible.

Here are 10 Pointers For Young Preachers. “I am way too young to be called a sage, but I don’t get called young any more either. So while there is better advice to be found, here are some pointers from me for young preachers…”

Kress Biblical Resources has quite a lot of good books in their catalog, and for now they are deeply discounted.

Sproul

The sin of fallen man is this: Man seeks the benefits of God while at the same time fleeing from God himself.

—R.C. Sproul

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