Thanks to all who read and replied to yesterday’s article The Major Life Decision That Put My Theology to the Test. The response was very encouraging and, in its own way, very confirming. Thank you.
R.C. Sproul answers this question.
“Boredom is not tragic. Properly understood, boredom helps us understand time, and ourselves. Unlike fun or work, boredom is not about anything; it is our encounter with pure time as form and content.”
This article from Don Whitney is essentially a summary of his book Praying the Bible.
I was recently a guest on TechTonic podcast. We talked about ad blocking and protecting yourself and your family from pornography.
Here is some counsel on how to respond if you learn that your husband is looking at pornography or has been involved in other sexual sin. “The question is, now what do you do? How do you deal with this? I want to help you, Christian wife and woman, to see this sin through the eyes of the Lord and the Gospel.”
This Day in 2003. 12 years ago today, Desiring God hosted their first National Conference.
This is an interesting argument: “The comics of today are American versions of Greek mythology complete with origin, philosophy, psychology, and religion.”
Thanks to Ligonier Ministries for sponsoring the blog this week with an article titled Why the Reformation Study Bible?.
By faith we expect rich harvest fields and breaking nets, for the gospel is specifically designed to bear fruit. —Jack Miller