The End of Religious Liberty in the Land of Lincoln
Come June 1, marriage in Illinois will be defined as “between two persons.” I suppose we should be thankful that at least for the time being it’s limited to persons (not animals) and it’s limited to two (not three, four, or however many). Small mercies.

Why I love Seminary
Jemar Tisby: “It’s every person’s dream.  Imagine taking your hobby and moving it from the margins of your life to the center.  Making your pastime your profession.  That’s what seminary is for me.”

10 Reasons Why We Must Love Unloveable Church Members
Chuck Lawless: “I was a young pastor, and I was sure everybody in the church was kind, gracious, and Christian. Everybody would treat everybody else with the love of God. Needless to say, it didn’t take me long to learn that even in the church are people who don’t quite get there. Some people are really hard to love.”

How 450 Sermons Revealed Four Preaching Truths
Ed Stetzer: “At LifeWay Research, we recently studied the variety of ways pastors use the Bible by looking at 450 different sermons (all by different preachers). We gave our research team the audio files of these sermons and some objective questions about how the preacher handled God’s Word. Let me share about the research and my views on preaching at the same time.”

The Philanthropists: Thomas Guthrie
For those of you who may be interested in further information on Thomas Guthrie, my friend Andrew Murray runs a blog about him called Ragged Theology.

10 Wrong Instincts
R.C. Sproul Jr. challenges American Christians to rethink  (and repent of) 10 instinctive assumptions.