Kindle deals for Christian readers
- A Simple Christianity by John MacArthur—$2.99
- Exalting Jesus in 1&2 Timothy and Titus—$2.99
- Payne Stewart by Tracey Stewart—99¢
Today is also $5 Friday at Ligonier, where you’ll find a number of great resources for sale, including:
- The Unwavering Resolve of Jonathan Edwards by Steven Lawson (hardcover)
- Abortion by R.C. Sproul (ePub)
- The Attributes of God Teaching Series by Steven Lawson (DVD)
- Defending Your Faith by R.C. Sproul (ePub)
This is really great. Also, my wife is severely underpaid.
In Romans 14:1, he instructs his readers not to pass judgment on “disputable matters.” On such issues, Christians need to know their own mind and receive in fellowship those who differ. We might consider as examples of present day “disputable matters” issues like infant baptism or our understanding of the millennium. On such matters, Christians are free to differ. But on matters of first importance, we must remain in agreement if we are to be faithful to the gospel.
Here are five reasons why we must regard the issue of homosexuality as being of first importance.
The videos from the recent ERLC summit on the gospel and racial reconciliation are now available online.
Why? I ask the question from time-to-time. Why are all five of my parents’ kids following the Lord, while so many of our friends and their families are not? Obviously I have no ability to peer into God’s sovereignty and come to any firm conclusions. But as I think back, I can think of one great difference between my home and my friends’ homes—at least the homes of my friends who have since walked away from the Lord and his church. Though it is not universally true, it is generally true. Here’s the difference: I saw my parents living out their faith even when I wasn’t supposed to be watching.
I’ve been told Google records every word I type and knows my every preference. Google is always listening. Hey Google, make me some coffee….you know…that kind I really like. (Let’s see what happens). Recently a speech recognition program developer Tal Ater, discovered “an exploit in (Google) Chrome’s speech recognition that enabled unscrupulous websites with speech recognition software to listen in when users aren’t expecting.” Well, maybe some of those unscrupulous website folks will hear me share the gospel and get saved.
Mike Tisdell helps us understand the “Insider movement” and gives good guidance on exploring what the missionaries we consider supporting may or may not be teaching.