Diplomacy or D-Day | Ligonier: Gregory Koukl
Apologist Gregory Koukl with two helpful questions for personal evangelism.

Unintended and Imperfect Children Aren’t Unwanted | The Federalist 
“Was it difficult to watch Maddie struggle through the challenges her birth defect presented? Incredibly. Would I do it all over again to see that bright, toothy grin and those beautiful, long-lashed eyes? In a heartbeat.”

Writing the Sermon and the Use of Systematic Theology | Place for Truth: Tim Bertolet
On the same subject, here’s 5 Reasons Why Systematic Theology is Indispensable to the Preacher.

Social Sin, Social Media, and Social Interaction | Feeding on Christ: Nick Batzig
What do the Scriptures teach us about how a Christian is to respond to news about notorious individuals, societal injustices and scandalous sin?

Is Same-Sex Attraction Sinful?
Denny Burk and Heath Lambert discuss the Bible’s teaching on this important matter.

From Bahai To Porn to Alpha to Jesus | Christianity Today: Emily Armstrong
Beautiful testimony of grace.

Some Thoughts on the Reading of Books | Al Mohler
6 tips to get more reading done and get more from your reading.

Three Steps to Successful Sabbaths | Lifeway: Mark Dance
“Several years ago I became spiritually, physically, mentally, and emotionally unhealthy because I had consistently neglected practicing the Sabbath.”

New Book

Systematic Theology: A Compendious View of Natural and Revealed Religion by John Brown.

Kindle Books

The Joy of Calvinism: Knowing God’s Personal, Unconditional, Irresistible, Unbreakable Love by Greg Forster $2.99.

The Unquenchable Flame: Discovering the Heart of the Reformation by Michael Reeves $0.99.

Live Like A Narnian: Christian Discipleship in Lewis’s Chronicles by Joe Rigney $2.99


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  • Dan Phillips

    One of the great surprises of my last trip to Scotland was finding that the church I was visiting was one in which John Brown had preached, and it featured some mementoes of his, and his books.

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  • Brian Myers

    I am not sure this article on SSA distinguishes between being attracted to someone and lusting after someone enough . If I lust after a woman that is a sin, but it is not a sin for me to think a woman is pretty at least I don’t think so correct???. I think the same can be applied to SSA. One might think someone is attractive without experiencing lustful feelings. I think this goes along with your views about mental health. We can overspiritualize SSA. Of course SSA is not “natural” in that it wouldn’t exist were it no for the fall, like depression, but that doesn’t mean people chose it or that they are not born with it. I don’t think an orientation is sinful. I think Wesly Hill is worth looking at if you haven’t. I think he is right.