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Weekend A La Carte (May 17)

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Jesus and Non-Violence – “Does Jesus’s teaching in the sermon on the Mount to “turn the other cheek” and not resist evil require pacifism on the part of Christians?” Here’s a good little article from the Crossway blog.

Law-Gospel Off the Rails – I post this only because of Tullian’s popularity as a blogger and author. Some of what he is teaching is becoming increasingly problematic as Rick Phillips points out here.

Fire on the Mountain – Michael Horton finds an illustration of law and gospel close to his home and workplace.

When God Says Wait – Steve DeWitt offers advice “for single men whom God has given the desire for marriage but who have not yet found a wife.”

Unconditional Love – “It is common today to hear people say, ‘God loves us unconditionally.’ It is also common to watch people bristle when people say, ‘God elects us unconditionally’.”

Speaking Truth in Love to Mormons – A good, short article from Brett Kunkle.

Charnock

Without the heart it’s not worship, it’s a stage play.

—Stephen Charnock

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