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Weekend A La Carte (September 27)

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Here’s an article about The Stalkers, people who venture into the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl Nuclear Plant.

Denny Burk shares a story about a couple being coerced into hosting a gay wedding. Such things are becoming increasingly common.

LifeSiteNews looks at a popular porn star and says, sarcastically, Porn Is Super-Empowering.

John MacArthur has some helpful thoughts on Liberty, Knowledge, and Love.

Brian Croft lists ten characteristics he looks for in an aspiring pastor. It’s a good list.

A friend sent me this old Blessercize video with this comment: When I see things like this I envision Polycarp, burning at the stake, and someone showing this to him on their iPad and telling him – “This is one of the things they’ll do with what you’re dying for.”


Arrogant worship is an oxymoron, a contradiction in terms.

—R.C. Sproul

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