The La Carte (July 12)
Last week I appreciated a restful holiday with my family and am now glad to become back in my home and back at my desk. I’ m also glad to be back to posting not simply the daily The La Carte, but also some new content articles.
A few couple of Kindle deals that may be worth a look.
How Could you Summarize the Old Testament in 2, 000 Words?
Justin Taylor gives Thomas Schreiner’ t excellent, brief overview of the OT.
If Not Twitter, then What?
Samuel Wayne: “ If not lifetime via the web, then what? What would certainly Christian discourse look like if it were not linked so closely to technologies that subtly undermine core convictions? What would all of us perform whenever we didn’t have Youtube . com, what we would talk about if we did not scroll Twitter, exactly what would we know about one another if we didn’t check Instagram? ”
The 2021 Audubon Photography Awards
It is good to see God’ s handiwork in what he has created.
Critical Race Theory: Plundering the Egyptians or Worshiping Ba’al?
Bruce Ashford writes that will though CRT does not get everything wrong, it is still not a useful system of thought for Christian believers to embrace. “ Yet precisely mainly because CRT’s narrative issues with scripture’s overarching narrative, we should reject any temptation to purchase into it as a system of thought. ”
Credo Magazine: We Believe
There is a brand new issue of Credo magazine available for those who wish to do some theological reading.
What Are Justification and Sanctification?
Guy Seas helpfully explains both justification and sanctification in this article at Ligonier Ministries.
Remembering How The almighty Has Led
“ This is what I most want my children, grandchildren, readers, and a person with whom I have any kind of influence to know, to keep in mind: that Christianity is not just a culture, not just a set of doctrines, not simply what we do and don’t do. It does not take basis all of those. However of all it’s that personal relationship with the Lord. ”
Flashback: Have you been in the Dangerous Time In Between?
It’s so often the ones who seemed to be in their greatest instant of success who had been on the precipice associated with destruction. Like blind men about to blunder off a cliff, they were oblivious to their impending doom.
Meet every considered self-exalting with abhorrence, and give it most entertainment in your spirits then you would give the particular Devil himself, that is the Father of it. Meant for casting down Christ will prove the casting down of the selves… —Richard Baxter