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Weekend A La Carte (February 7)

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It requires a bit of a time commitment, but you may enjoy this video on Why Bible Typography Matters. And, believe it or not, it actually does.

I appreciate this pastor’s view that what is happening in the church today might be able to be compared to a baseball team Rebuilding in the Off-Season. “The church in North America has simultaneously become both fat and malnourished, a feat that would be impressive if it weren’t so tragic.”

This is from The Banner of Truth: Shall We Read Jonathan Edwards? The answer is a resounding yes.

Speaking of Jonathan Edwards, Logos just recently released the Yale edition of The Works of Jonathan Edwards, an incredible body of work. Be sure to watch the video to see how you can put the resources to work for you.

Russell Moore did a great job on this artice: What Will Matter to Evangelicals in 2016.

Thanks to Tabletalk for sponsoring the blog this week with their article Tabletalk Avoids Shallow Doctrine.

Fifty Shades of Genesis 3:16: “The popularity of Fifty Shades of Grey doesn’t surprise me, because God predicted it in Genesis 3. The woman’s desire or strong craving (addiction if you will) will be for the man, and he will rule over her. THAT is why Fifty Shades of Grey, the Twilight Series, and countless other lesser known masochistic ‘romance’ novels have flourished over the years.”

Brown

Truth needs to be baptized into love if it is to possess the charm of loveliness.

—Archibald Brown

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