This is exactly what has been happening in a few of our recent cultural conversations: First you change the definition, then you claim the right.
Joe Carter provides one of his FAQs: “Legislation pending in the California State Senate threatens to strip some private colleges and universities of an exemption that protects them from lawsuits and allows them to function as faith-based organizations.”
A movement is afoot to launch The Gospel Coalition Canada. Canadians will want to be sure to check out the link and consider getting involved.
The Bible Project has moved to Ecclesiastes in their series of short videos giving an overview of each book of the Bible.
Seth Godin provides wise (and practical) counsel on ridding your speech of those little filler words. These are the words you don’t notice that drive everyone else crazy.
Tomorrow in 1744. 272 years ago tomorrow, David Brainerd was ordained a missionary at age 26 to the Indians in Colonial New England by the Society for Propagating Christian Knowledge (SPCK). *
R.C. Sproul shares some of what he has been learning as he has grappled with serious health concerns.
“There was a day when one of my fashion accessories talked back. It told me to take a hike. I had said something about it on Facebook or Twitter or snapped a picture of it for Instagram and it was none too pleased. It said it to me nicely enough, but the point was clear: cut it out.”
My thanks goes to The Good Book Company for sponsoring the blog this week with “What Type of Vacation Reader Are You?”
Repentance is not a discrete external act; it is the turning round of the whole life in faith in Christ.—Sinclair Ferguson