Weekend Links: Brides and Abortion; Censorship; Recycling; John Frame; Archeology, Inspiration

Culture, Entertainment and Politics Bride Wanted Her Bridesmaid to Have an Abortion Because the Wedding was a “Child Free” Affair     No words would suffice. The barbarity of our “so-called, civiilization” continues to sink lower and lower. Man finded $55,000 for Calling a Male a Male   Believe science? Believe the Bible? Believe what every … More Weekend Links: Brides and Abortion; Censorship; Recycling; John Frame; Archeology, Inspiration

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Weekend Links: Spring Deserves Some Good Reading Material

Yesterday, I got home in time to take a short ride on my bike and got an eye full of the Wysteria, Azaleas and Dogwoods all in bloom. Every mile was filled with the sights and smells of Spring. It’s a great time of year. Fun, Sports, and Entertainment Aaron Nola Writes an Article on … More Weekend Links: Spring Deserves Some Good Reading Material

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Two Different Paths

I am rereading a classic, truly one of the best books written by the late Charles Colson. Loving God is a masterpiece of story telling. One chapter leads into the next in a seamless interweaving of different vignettes all illuminating the theme of what it means to love God and what happens when love for … More Two Different Paths

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Weekend Links: Sobering Help for Sinning Saints

Christianity, Help for Preachers, Devotion “Oh, . . . and I’m Bi-Sexual”   Some counsel on how to relate to the faddish announcement of sexual experimentation. Preaching through Romans?    If you are preaching through or studying the book of Romans, after you have read the book, and read the book again, this would be a … More Weekend Links: Sobering Help for Sinning Saints

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Weekend Links for St. Patricks Day Weekend

Politics, Worldview, Education, and Culture Ben Shapirio on Why the Hollywood Educational Scandal Is and Isn’t Important.   It’s about much more than what the media is focused on at the moment.  Our Culture of Contempt     The assumption that all disagreement is because the disagree-er is hateful is a major problem in our civil discourse. … More Weekend Links for St. Patricks Day Weekend

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