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A La Carte (August 1)

I’m probably not posting Kindle offers this week, so verify again on Monday to seek out out what’s new.


Do the Gospels Borrow from Pagan Myths?

It is a quite common cost towards the Bible. However is it primarily based on actuality? “Why should anyone see Jesus as being distinct from the pagan gods? Could it be that the New Testament stories of Jesus represent the fictive myth of an ancient mystery cult that’s survived for 2,000 years? Or is there something different about the accounts of Jesus’s time on earth?”

How a Boeing 737 Was Stolen (And By no means Discovered) (Video)

How do you steal a jet and get away with it? Like this, I suppose…

The Piper and The Meyer – An Epic Ballad

I suppose this could be labeled a piece of affection and affection!

On Changing into Presbyterian

I stay absolutely dedicated to baptist theology. But I nonetheless loved studying this brother’s lengthy and deliberate journey to Presbyterian convictions.

Why Do Individuals Say “Jesus H. Christ?”

Clearly you need to by no means say “Jesus H. Christ” because it blasphemously misuses the Lord’s identify. However it’s nonetheless attention-grabbing to know the place the reasonably odd exclamation got here from. “Eventually, the phrase ‘Jesus H. Christ’ became something of a joke and it began to be used as a mild expletive. In his autobiography, the American author Mark Twain (a.k.a. Samuel Langhorne Clemens; lived 1835–1910) observed that the phrase was already in common use when he was still a young lad.”

How Can I Forgive My Mother and father for Childhood Abuse?

John Piper solutions a really troublesome query.

Three Cautions and Encouragements for Dads

Right here’s one for the fathers.

Flashback; What Is the Bible, Anyway?

The Bible guides us to its objective and energy by way of the numerous metaphors it makes use of to explain itself. Here’s a fairly good assortment of them.

A La Carte (August 1)

Wherever the Holy Spirit dwells, His presence creates a starvation for holiness. —Donald Whitney

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A La Carte (August 1)

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