Kindle deals for Christian readers
Today is the last day to get these books on literature from Crossway:
- Lit! by Tony Reinke—$4.99
- A Christian Guide to the Classics by Leland Ryken—$4.99
- Seeing Beauty and Saying Beautifully by John Piper—$4.99
Also on sale are:
- 10 Christians Everyone Should Know by John Perry—$1.99
- Beloved Dust by Jamin Goggin & Kyle Strobel—$1.99
- The Adam Quest by Tim Stafford—$1.99 (reviewed here)
Today, there are protests going on at Planned Parenthood sites around America. Jeff Medders explains why he is going to be a part of one in Texas.
One of the great deceptions of the Internet is that it allows us to think there are two parts to us, the part who exists in real time and space, and the part who exists in cyberspace. But events like this ought to make us realize that when you go online you display and expose who and what you really are. And who you really are will eventually find you out. God will not be mocked.
Critique—done well—is a gift to the one being criticized. (“Faithful are the wounds of a friend,” Prov. 27:6a). We should welcome the opportunity to have our thinking corrected and clarified. We see see in a mirror dimly and we know only in part (1 Cor. 13:12), but God has gifted the church with teachers who often see things more clearly than we do at present. In God’s providence and through the gift of common grace he may also use unbelievers to critique our views, showing our logical mistakes or lack of clarity.
Bob Smietana shares the story of a group of concerned fathers who chose to intentionally start discipling their sons.
On June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court made same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states. One question the Court ignored—and which few people ever truly considered—was whether there is an actual demand for same-sex marriage.