Unarmed Egyptian man with hands raised gunned down
Twelve myths about Arminianism (a follow up to Twelve myths about Calvinism)
One second on the internet....
Eleven things you might not understand about your minister
Seth Godin 'What did you do this summer?'
'Ted meets Book Club'
What Christians must learn from the 'new atheists' if only we will listen and What six types of atheist mean for Christian outreach
D A Carson has a few quotes
-How to overcome
-The Wrath of God....we can't ignore it
-Perceiving our greatest need
A letter from C S Lewis on Christian piety and homosexuality
The Managed life vs the Unmanaged life
John Wesley on the importance of reading
'I scarce ever knew a preacher read so little. And perhaps, by neglecting it, you have lost the taste for it. Hence your talent in preaching does not increase. It is just the same as it was seven years ago. It is lively, but not deep; there is little variety, there is no compass of thought. Reading only can supply this, with meditation and daily prayer. You wrong yourself greatly by omitting this. You can never be a deep preacher without it, any more than a thorough Christian.'
Saturday, August 17, 2013
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