Category Archives: Worth Noting

40 Days for Life

Of all the issues of social justice in our country today, none deserves the attention of Christians more than abortion. In full accord with the law of the land, we don’t defend the weak; we destroy them. We don’t give … Continue reading

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Gospel Politics

Toby Sumpter makes you think that he’s talking about politics. He isn’t. He’s talking about Jesus. The Bible says that Jesus died to take away the sins of the world. His blood was shed to make the foulest, most disgusting … Continue reading

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Finding Jesus Where You Least Expect

Found this gem from Mike Wittmer here: He comments: “this comic is using humor to demonstrate how bad questions may lead to even worse answers.” When you click over to Mike’s blog, the other articles are worth checking out, especially this one on the ways … Continue reading

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A Prayer for Youcef

In the most recent wave of electronic intercession for Youcef Nadarkhani, voices have arisen questioning the nature of his faith even while the Iranian government’s axe is laid at the root of his tree. If it is true, as some … Continue reading

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Social Security Exemption – The Links

Here is a collection of links from pastors, theologians, and financial advisors discussing the ministerial exemption from SECA taxes: Crown Financial Ministries Francis Mahaffy Russell Moore Dave Ramsey Mike Wittmer Douglas Wilson (Blog and Mablog) Douglas Wilson (CanonWired)

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Sven Birkerts, Reading, and the Digital Age

I was recently introduced to Sven Birkerts through Al Mohler’s Thinking in Public podcast, and found his insights to be helpful and fascinating. Then I ran across his article “The Room and the Elephant” in the LA Review of Books. … Continue reading

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Diamond Mine

Fantastic music from King Creosote and Jon Hopkins, outshining even the Foxes of Unusual Fleetness that also grace NPR’s First Listen page. Diamond Mine is just right for late lazy summer evenings, and is full of wist, marked by cholies … Continue reading

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