A Little Help with the Psalms | Gentle Reformation
A few resources to encourage your understanding of the Psalms.

When Calling Someone A Heretic… |Reformation21 Blog
“This topic may be more important than we might think, especially in the world of online discourse. Th ere is a distinction between willfully committing a soul-destroying heresy and committing a theological error.”

Top 15 Books of 2015 | Desiring God
Tony Reinke: “What follows are all my favorite books from the year, lumped together in one list and ordered by my scientifically subjective algorithm of intuition about what books I think (1) are most unique, (2) most succeed at their aim, and (3) are most likely to endure in service to the church in the years ahead.”

Starting a Church without Losing Your Soul | Ed Stetzer
“Being tired is just part of planting a church. Burnout and disillusionment don’t have to be. Put your spiritual life in order first and a fresh wind of leadership will follow.”

On the Colorado Springs Shooting | Denny Burk
Denny Burk with some Christian perspective on the Planned Parenthood clinic shootings.

Eschatology Podcast | Place for Truth – Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals
Interview with Greg Beale.

Recommended New Book

Do More Better: A Practical Guide to Productivity by Tim Challies $5.99. Pair this with What’s Best Next by Matt Perman for a neat gift.

Kindle Books

No better time to buy a Kindle Fire or a Kindle Reader.

Love Into Light: The Gospel, the Homosexual and the Church by Peter Hubbard, $0.99.

Then there’s a Kevin DeYoung “trilogy” for sale at $3.99 each.

The Hole in Our Holiness: Filling the Gap between Gospel Passion and the Pursuit of Godliness.

Taking God At His Word: Why the Bible Is Knowable, Necessary, and Enough, and What That Means for You and Me.

Crazy Busy: A (Mercifully) Short Book about a (Really) Big Problem.


Video: The Pilgrims | Watch American Experience Online | PBS Video
This looks well worth watching, although PBS sometimes seems to stand for “Pretty Biased Story.” The PBS description:

Explore the converging forces, circumstances, personalities and events that propelled a group of English men and women west across the Atlantic in 1620. The challenges they faced in making new lives for themselves still resonate almost 400 years later: the tensions of faith and freedom in American society, the separation of Church and State, and cultural encounters resulting from immigration.