Source » Tim Keller on Psalm 8: We live in a culture in which in the psychology class it’ll tell you, “Your problem is a lack of self-esteem.” And in the philosophy and biology class it’ll tell you, “You’
Armin Rosen for City Journal:1 In Lagos… nothing is guaranteed. Everything is relative. Your yellow cab could be driven by a drug dealer, or it could be driven by a banker who wants another income. You just don’t
“I spend half my time telling Christians to study doctrine, and the other half telling them that doctrine is not enough” –Martyn Lloyd-Jones1 I came across this quote in the book Lloyd-Jones on the Christian Life.↩
The limitations and redemption of wokeness David Brooks on wokeness: This mental habit is closely related to what we now call “wokeness.” In an older frame of mind, you try to perceive the size of a problem objectively, and then
Source » Christianity Today’s “Quick to Listen” podcast has an episode on Jordan Peterson: He’s a Canadian psychology professor. A YouTube star. A bestselling author. He’s Jordan Peterson. Here’s how New York Times columnist David Brooks describes
Source » Carl Trueman lecture on “unacknowledged legislators: from William Wordsworth to Kim Kardashian:” Christians tend to do one of two things when faced with a challenge to their faith: They either focus on the presenting symptom and fail to see
Source » Church planter (and colleague of mine at Orchard Group) Jordan Rice on preaching that connects: I would define contextualization as using the gospel to answer the questions that people actually have—to approach a text first seeking Biblical truth
Choosing to be tech-wise with your kids Before I got my driver’s license, my dad scratched out a hand-written contract (of sorts) that outlined what I committed to doing and not doing behind the wheel. Writing and cutting/pasting
Source » Praxislabs.org: The use of a rule of life — a set of practices to guard our habits and guide our lives — goes at least back to the Old Testament figure Daniel. As an exile, Daniel was in an unfamiliar
Source » –Martin Luther Watching current events unfold, hardly a week goes by when I’m not reminded of this 500 year-old observation from Luther.
Source » –Tim Keller1 From the sermon, “Peace: Overcoming Anxiety,” Delivered April 10, 2013. In case the above link breaks, you may be able to find it at Gospel in Life.↩
Source » Beth Moore: I’m asking for your [male church leaders] increased awareness of some of the skewed attitudes many of your sisters encounter. Many churches quick to teach submission are often slow to point out that women were also
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