The La Carte (November 30)

Might the God associated with love and peace be with you these days. This is quite a deal from Westminster Publications: the beautiful 6-volume ESV Reader’ t Bible at 80% off! (Yesterday for the blog: I Understood It! ) Essential Questions with Kristin Kobes Du Mitteleuropäische zeit Denny Burk a new telling back-and-forth with Kristin Kobes Du Mez and writes about it here. What I found most interesting was his four-step path to deconstructing the standard Christian teaching on homosexuality. “ Evangelicals who deconstruct the Bible’s …

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Teenagers Show Holiday Nature Grabbing Rakes to Help Elderly with Leaf Removal

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The La Carte (November 26)

At about 6 AM EST, I will be publishing a listing of Black Friday deals that may be of interest to Christian folk. So stay tuned for that in the event that you’ re among the early readers. Connecting the Dots I appreciate this representation on Reformed theology and how it links the dots. “ When you start to join the dots in the Scriptures, it’s like hooking up an electric circuit – the lights come on! You don’t obtain a better Jesus, however, you …

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A La Carte (November 15)

Good morning, my friends. Grace and peace for you today. (Yesterday around the blog: A Pastoral Prayer for Unity Amid Pandemic) Unmaking the Patriarchy Neil Shenvi has posted an interesting review of a popular and influential book. “ Beth Allison Barr’s The Making of Biblical Womanhood belongs to a increasing genre of (post)evangelical social scholarship. Utilizing a combination of history, sociology, and political evaluation, books like [these books] try to show that conservative evangelicalism has been built on the foundation of …

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The greater We Drink, The greater We Thirst

What does your heart hunger for? What does your spirit desire for? What is that thing that if you had it, that wish that if you achieved it, that incentive that if you acquired it, you’re sure you would now be pleased, you’re sure your restless heart might finally be at peace? There are many details we hunger with regard to, but only one therefore very good that Jesus promises to satisfy it: “Blessed are those who also hunger and being thirsty for righteousness, ” …

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Weekend break A La Carte (November 13)

May you know the Lord’s lovely blessings as you assist and worship your pet this weekend. (Yesterday on the blog: I recommended the guide Man of Sorrows, King of Glory) In Defense of Something Close to Air flow “ Is venting legitimate, constructive, healthy, and faithful? Simply speaking, is it ok in order to ‘ vent? ’ Scripture offers a refined response. It gives authorization, admonishes caution, and offers direction. It gives permission for honest appearance, caution to avoid damage, and direction to convey your heart in order to …

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The La Carte (November 12)

Might the Lord be with you and bless you today. On sale on Westminster Books recently is an excellent new day-to-day devotional from Alistair Begg. Brothers Indeed I very much liked this dispatch from afar. The Middle Many years Melissa often makes me laugh. “ The middle years, exactly where any guess about my age is likely to be wrong one way or the other, depending on ridiculous things like how much water I’ve been drinking or how much I spent on …

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The La Carte (November 11)

Nowadays is Remembrance Day in Canada, and I’ m thinking of my grandmother’ ersus brother who died during the Second Entire world War as a fighter pilot for the Regal Canadian Air Force. (Yesterday on the weblog: Life Is Fleeting) What is conscience and how come it matter? Stephen Kneale says, “ I think many of us have a particularly poor knowledge of just what conscience is certainly. ” He movements conscience from the realm of feeling towards the realm of knowledge. A plan for Understanding …

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Conserved By the Quivering Of an Eye-Lid

F. N. Meyer used to tell a story that, while it sounds perhaps a little bit far-fetched, makes a excellent point. He would utilize it when appealing to unbelievers to repent of the sin and believe the gospel—he would certainly use it to motivate them not to postpone until they were sure they possessed an excellent measure of faith, yet to instead just look to the Lord using what faith they had. Here is what he would say: I used to be told the …

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Weekend A La Carte (November 6)

May you know the Lord’s benefits as you honor plus serve him this weekend. I am wanting to know if I have any readers who reside in Zurich or Malta. If so, would you brain getting in touch? Since Saturdays go, it is really an exceptional one in regards to Kindle deals. (Yesterday on the blog: A Christian Case meant for Bitcoin and Blockchain) Can You Hear the Congregation Singing? “ Congregational singing — which includes the one that sings like it is an American Idol …

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