For the second day in a row, I was unable to dig up any noteworthy Kindle deals. I am sure there will be some new ones to share early next week. Until then, enjoy some other reading (or browse the A La Carte archives to see what you missed earlier in the week):
This video shows what went into building the International Space Station. It really is a marvel.
Here’s a timely article, since it comes at the time of the year when just about all the major sports are in action all at once.
“Believers need a theology of disability that both glorifies the Creator and honors the incredible value of every human life. As a father who lives in the world of special needs, there are 12 biblical truths that have become important for me to continually meditate upon. These form theological pillars that uphold our faith.”
You might enjoy this amusing look at what would happen if moms spoke to each other the way they speak to their kids.
Just the other day, one of my children asked if they could read Rick Riordan. Once again I find myself thankful for Redeemed Reader which has grown into an excellent resource for parents.
Tomorrow in 1662. Matthew Henry, whose whole-Bible commentary is still widely read, was born 353 years ago tomorrow. *
Erik Raymond has 5 quick and simple explanations for why he believes the Bible.
Here’s a quick and helpful overview of the different kinds of fonts you encounter just about every day. Have I ever mentioned how much I love fonts and typography?
I found this quite an interesting look at the woes of American Express, especially after the surprising loss of their exclusive deal with Costco.
I give my thanks to Ligonier Ministries for sponsoring the blog this week with their article “Christians and the New Sexual Orthodoxy.” Sponsors are an integral part of keeping this blog running, so I am thankful for each one of them.
The root cause of anxiety is a failure to trust all that God has promised to be for us in Jesus.—John Piper