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Pastors in India: I saw information about this conference and wanted to recommend it to you. I know all the speakers, I believe, and have a ton of confidence in them. I’m sure it will be a blessing.
Kevin DeYoung shares one question every church planter really ought to ask.
Al Mohler asks and answers. “This debate carried out on the pages of the Wall Street Journal has massive implications for American public life, especially against the backdrop of the 2020 Presidential Election. Indeed, the Democratic contenders for the nomination need to be confronted with the real questions raised in these dueling articles. The candidates need to be asked if they, as President, would use executive authority through federal departments to force a secular orthodoxy on religious groups, organizations, and businesses.”
Here’s a level-headed and not-entirely-conclusive look at cremation.
This is worth the few minutes it takes to watch it, and the few minutes more to think about it.
I saw “The Family” show up at the top of Netflix and thought I might give it a look. But before I did so, Denny Burk wrote this review. “All I can say is that the documentary is one of the most outrageous pieces anti-Christian propaganda that I have ever seen.”
Lisa Robinson Spencer reflects on being a prodigal. “Like so many speculating about Harris, I can give you the precise theological language about my soteriological position from a Reformed perspective. But honestly, I can’t tell you whether I was a Christian so seeped in rebellion that it took 13 years to come to my senses or I never truly a Christian to begin with. All I know is that I was lost and now I’m found. The Lord has so graciously dealt with me, drawing me to himself. He lifted this prodigal out of the depths of sinful mire and gave me eyes to see his grace, beauty and forgiveness.”
Sometimes I think they are expressing a good and heartfelt desire and other times I think they are merely being superstitious, as if bad dreams will plague them and every shadow will frighten them if I do not pray. Either way, I never refuse them.
God doesn’t bless us just to make us happy; he blesses us to make us a blessing. —Warren Wiersbe