Weekend A La Carte (April 20)

Weekend A La Carte (April 20)

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(Yesterday on the weblog: What Gave Him Such Confidence?)

three Strategies for Coping with Irritating Cultural Variations

I discover tradition endlessly fascinating. “Maybe you are preparing for a short-term trip or long-term service to a place like where I serve. Or maybe you’re trying to get to know someone from the Middle East who now lives near you. Here are three suggestions I have for adjusting to their culture so you can thrive and represent Christ well.”

Are there two Popes of the Roman Catholic Church?

Leonardo De Chirico is the go-to man for deciphering occasions throughout the Roman Catholic Church. “The tension between the ‘catholic’ and the ‘roman’ elements of the Roman Catholic Church is now embodied in the dialectic between the two Popes. Francis tends to the ‘catholic’ Pope in line with the elasticity of Vatican II whereas Benedict looks like more of the ‘roman’ Pope calling his Church to its doctrinal identity shaped around its sacramental system. Beyond the different opinions on the current crisis of the Roman Catholic Church, the legacy of Vatican II is also a disputed matter between the two Popes!”

How the Boeing 737 Max Catastrophe Appears to a Software program Developer

This can be a fascinating article that makes factors that transcend simply the 737. “The 737 Max saga teaches us not only about the limits of technology and the risks of complexity, it teaches us about our real priorities. Today, safety doesn’t come first—money comes first, and safety’s only utility in that regard is in helping to keep the money coming. The problem is getting worse because our devices are increasingly dominated by something that’s all too easy to manipulate: software.”

Charles Darwin’s Grave Mistake

I totally loved this biographical sketch of Darwin from Reformed Perspective journal. “‘If I could but die,’ he said repeatedly, intent on present escape and not focused on the fact that he would shortly face the Creator of his heart, the Judge of his soul. He vomited again and blood spewed out, spilling red onto his white and venerable looking beard. ‘Oh, God,’ he cried, and again, ‘Oh, Lord God.’ His pain appeared to be excruciating and lasted until he lost consciousness about a half-hour before he died. And Charles Darwin was no more on the earth he had with human textbook clarity consigned to evolutionary origins.”

20 Years of Preaching the Bible

Mitch Chase displays on 20 years of preaching the Bible.


“A key feature of that dreadful day was mockery. Yes there was torture, betrayal and crucifixion. And they are terrible, terrible things. And in that context mockery may seem a minor thing. But not to the Gospel writer…”

Apple Owes Everybody an Apology

My keyboard is hanging in for now, however I’m not holding out a lot hope. “I am stupid for buying another one of these computers, but only as stupid as any of us are for learning to love these dumb tech products on their merits, becoming beholden to the system, and then having a big commitment out of which to dig ourselves.” Personally, I take advantage of it as a result of the writing apps are a lot extra developed than on PC!

Flashback: One Very Good Cause to Examine Church Historical past

You might have develop into a citizen of one thing with a gift and a future, but in addition a previous. And your potential to glorify God within the current and future requires realizing that previous.

Weekend A La Carte (April 20)

An individual deeply in love can’t maintain his ideas from the item he loves. The rationale we predict on God no extra, is, as a result of we love Him no extra! —Thomas Watson

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