The La Carte (December 2)

As happens every year, Westminster Books provides marked down ESVs to 50% off. That includes premium Bibles, Reader’ s Bibles, research Bibles, etc . Trademarks users will want to make sure to download this month’ s free plus nearly-free books. Today’ s Kindle deals include a couple of Christmas devotionals. (Yesterday in the blog: The Pleasure of Hearing) Postmodernism’s Revenge Here’ h Kevin DeYoung composing for WORLD views. “ Looking for blind spots is one thing. Acting as if we are window blind is another. We do not …

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Countless numbers Have Donated $1. 6 Million in order to Innocent Man Sent to Prison For 43 Years

Recently, an blameless man who served 43 years within prison for a three-way murder he did not commit was finally released from a Missouri penitentiary. Missouri legislation states that just DNA evidence can result in someone wrongfully imprisoned receiving $50 daily of post-conviction confinement. Kevin Strickland was not freed that way. So to help […]

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A La Carte (November 25)

Happy Thanksgiving to all my American family and friends. You enjoy your vacation and we’ ll take care of the internet these days. Today’ s Amazon kindle deals include a good little selection of titles. (Yesterday on the blog: New and Notable Christian Books fo November 2021) Thanksgiving, Gratitude, and Leanness of Soul “ When we forget God and ingratitude sets in, we have grown spiritually sick. At that point, it does not matter how much we have; it will never satisfy us, and the …

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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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Refusing to Let God off the Hook

Eugene Peterson was a lifelong pastor, scholar of biblical languages, and translator of The Message Bible. He was keenly aware of how easy it is to feel lost while reading the Bible. To help his congregation and readers find their place amidst the countless kings, prophets, and overlapping stories that he wrote short introductions for every […]#@@#@!!

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Why I Owe Almost everything To Don Lewis

Last week delivered the news that Add Lewis has died—Dr. Donald Munro Lewis, professor of chapel history at Regent College in Vancouver, British Columbia. He could be remembered there along with great affection not only as a skilled teacher of church history, but as a religious companion to many, a faithful mentor, plus a man who was committed to prayer. And though I actually met Don merely a handful of times, and though we were only infrequent correspondents, I are obligated to repay him pretty much …

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