I hate to write. It’s time-consuming. It requires prolonged focus. It demands study, reflection, confrontation, written and rewritten sentences, rough drafts, and crumpled pages. And that’s all before a piece is completed. After it’s “finished,” new torments
Adrienne LaFrance for The Atlantic: QAnon is emblematic of modern America’s susceptibility to conspiracy theories, and its enthusiasm for them. But it is also already much more than a loose collection of conspiracy-minded chat-room inhabitants. It is a movement
“All this running around, going to Christian meetings, listening to people talk, reading your bible for a little bit every morning — all the busyness of being a Christian — is not going to do a thing unless you obey.”—Tim Keller
Source » Tim Keller for The Gospel Coalition: You can’t doubt belief A except on the basis of some belief B you’re believing instead at the moment. So, for example, you cannot say, “No one can know enough to
“Blessed are those who have learned to acclaim you…” …who walk in the light of your presence, LORD. They rejoice in your name all day long; they celebrate your righteousness. –Psalm 89:15-16
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