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You know a book’s going to be good when…

…you’re six pages in and needed to stop twice to mull some things over.  And that’s just the introduction.  So far so good.  The first few pages of Thinking. Loving. Doing. – A Call to Glorify God with Heart and Mind is heartily recommended, even if you don’t make it to page 7. Here are two quotations … Continue reading

Fake Love, Fake War: Why So Many Men Are Addicted to Internet Porn and Video Games – Desiring God

Fake Love, Fake War: Why So Many Men Are Addicted to Internet Porn and Video Games – Desiring God. – This is a powerful, truth packed article.  If you are a man, read it.  If you are a young man, read it.  If you have a son or grandson who is a young man, you should … Continue reading

Keeping Your Eyes on the Prize – Spiritual Disciplines Part II

It’s 6:30am (or earlier).  The alarm goes off.  It’s Monday morning.  You know you need to get up.  The niggling voice in your head tells you to get up so you can read the Bible and pray before you need to be out of the house.  You don’t feel like it and it seems like … Continue reading

Free Lectures from Wayne Grudem

Systematic Theology Class (MP3 CD): This is a fantastic deal from Monergism books.  They are offering, for free, all 119 lectures from Wayne Grudem’s Systematic Theology class.  They only ask you to pay for the shipping, which will amount to around $16.  If you spend a lot of time in the car, walking, running, or … Continue reading

In Christ

A few people commented on this again after Sunday morning so it seemed like a good idea to post it.  Why not stick this someplace in your house/locker/office where you’ll see it everyday? In Christ: I am God’s child (John 1:12) I have been justified (Romans 5:1) I have been bought with a price, I … Continue reading

By Grace Alone: A Little Piece of my Heart

By Grace Alone: A Little Piece of my Heart. – This is the most recent post by Brenda on their blog about the work they are doing in Peru.  If you haven’t read it yet take a few moments to do so.  You might want to then take more than a few minutes to think … Continue reading

Spiritual Discipl(az)ines(s)

There’s no better way to start a new series of posts on being disciplined than by confessing laziness.  For the past few weeks the blog has been a little neglected and seen only a handful of visitors (thank you for the stats wordpress).  Hopefully that will change with this next series.  If you would look … Continue reading

Post-Birth Abortion

For the local organization Cambridge Right to Life, May is “Respect Life Month.”  As a result, they sent a fairly lengthy article in one of their newsletters entitled: Why the Outrage? Are abortion and infanticide morally and ethically equivalent.”  In this article I was introduced to a term I’d never heard before: post-birth abortion. According to … Continue reading