Culture Creep. Tim Challies linked to this and I had to as well. This is a sickening look at the way that paedophilia is creeping into the mainstream.
Take Your Kids With You. Travis Agnew shares an important parenting tip. When you go somewhere, take your kids with you…even if it isn’t easy.
Most Unmarried Evangelicals Not Sexually Active. A recent survey by the National Association of Evangelicals bucks conventional beliefs regarding … Continue reading
Denny Burk shares a story about Dan Cathy showing Christian love in the face of criticism by befriending a leading gay activist. This is a great look into a man who seems really serious about honoring Christ with his whole life.
Albert Mohler on the recent decision by the Boy Scouts of America to rescind its decision prohibiting the participation of openly homosexual members and leaders.
How to Read and Interpret the … Continue reading
The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife? Albert Mohler weighs in on the recent news release about a fragment of papyrus mentioning Jesus’ wife. Mohler argues here that scholarship has been traded for sensationalism.
Preaching for the “Home Run.” Michael McKinley answers a popular question with what may be some unpopular answers.
There may be legitimate reasons why you aren’t feeling encouraged about the course of your preaching. It could be the result of insufficient … Continue reading
Faded Bit of Papyrus Refers to Jesus’ Wife. Trust me, TLC is going to have a field day with this; I can already envision the two hour special. “The notion that Jesus had a wife was the central conceit of the best seller and movie “The Da Vinci Code.” But Dr. King said she wants nothing to do with the code or its author: “At least, don’t say this proves Dan Brown was right.”
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Discipling in the Church. The new 9Marks journal focuses on discipleship. This is a great tool for pastors and anyone who has a heart to see discipleship become a focal point of the local church.
Handbook on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament. This new book by G.K. Beale should be a great resource for grasping a better understanding of the big picture of Scripture.
The Uneven Progression of the … Continue reading
Apparently, Bill Nye “The Science Guy” thinks creationism is bad and should not be taught to kids. It is interesting to learn that Nye believes evolution (a non-entity) to solve problems in the world.
“Your world becomes fantastically complicated if you don’t believe in evolution,” Nye said in the Web video.
Tim Challies offers a unique look at an article about Helen Gurly Brown.
Young women today are convinced that their bodies are … Continue reading
By Grace Alone is a great book by Sinclair Ferguson. It’s on sale for $5 today through Ligonier Ministries, if you don’t have it, this is a great deal.
In By Grace Alone: How the Grace of God Amazes Me, Dr. Sinclair B. Ferguson laments that “we have lost the joy and energy that is experienced when grace seems truly ‘amazing.’” In an effort to restore the wonder of divine grace, he reflects on … Continue reading
An Open Letter to Young, “Post-Partisan” Evangelicals. David French argues that “post-partisan” is a pipe dream for evangelicals.
One political party is completely dedicated to legal protection of abortion on demand. The other political party is completely dedicated to repealing Roe v. Wade. If you talk too much about abortion, others will define you, and if you’re defined how can you be independent?
Tim Challies on Competitive Mothering (Also, see Christine Hoover on … Continue reading
My buddy Travis Agnew has a great little blog post on allowing mothers to mother.
I began making a list of questions that mothers receive (I’m sure I missed some here, ladies, feel free to fill in the rest):
Will you use prenatal vitamins? How much do you exercise? Do you drink anything with caffeine? Are you going to have a natural child birth? You’re surely going to breast feed, aren’t you? Co-sleep, no … Continue reading