There are some pretty good Kindle deals to explore today on books new and old.
(Yesterday on the blog: Tips for Reading and Writing)
“There’s something about Cowper’s sensitive spirit and his familiarity with suffering that led him to create beautiful hymns and poems, hymns that reflect the mercy and faithfulness of what we might just call the ‘Godness of God’ and hymns that reflect our human frailty.” He was a genius.
“The heart language of those who lead the global church in 2118 will almost certainly not be English.” The church is changing (again).
Here’s an interesting little glimpse inside Venezuela as its economy collapses.
This does, indeed, have massive implications. “The United States just passed a critical statistical landmark, one that I think – I fear – has immense implications for the nation’s religious life. If I am right, and we are dealing with early days, we might seriously be looking at the opening stages of a large scale process of secularization. After being reported and speculated about for decades, that secularization might finally be happening.”
“The frustration is understandable, but the logic is not. Evangelicals don’t have to set aside their convictions about race, immigrants, women, or the Religious Right in order to perceive a moral mandate when it comes to abortion. There is no Christian case against overturning Roe. None.”
Take a look at these stunning photos from around the world.
“The book, released nine years ago by Covenant College community development professors Brian Fikkert and Steve Corbett, has become the go-to resource for evangelicals thinking about short-term missions trips and economic development for the poor.”
Jesus is unchanged and unchanging. He will not bow to the changing culture, he will not cede to the rising tide. Jesus will only ever be who he is and who he has always been. And each of us has a choice to make.
This week the blog was sponsored by Crossway. This post is correlated with the release of Christian Ethics: An Introduction to Biblical Moral Reasoning—a new book by best-selling author Wayne Grudem about what the whole Bible says about practical life as a Christian in our ethically complex world. Sponsors play a key role in keeping this site running, so I’m thankful for each and every one of them.
The Scriptures have the authority to inform our experiences. Our experiences do not have the authority to inform the Scriptures. —Garrett Kell