Around the Web

A Creative Way to Unlock More of the Bible – Faith Spilling Over – explains some of the things I like to do that I’ve found helpful–using various translations, looking up a definition of English words, sentence flow (or Phrasing Scripture)–although she does more drawing, which looks interesting.

7 Surprising Facts About the LGBT Community – Millennial Evangelical

3. 4.3% of American adults identify as LGBT.

4. About 33% of Americans believe the LGBT population is higher than 25%.

I post this in part because it seems that much of the media would have us believe that there are much more people in this group than there really are. Not that they should be forgotten or unloved.

Why We Need the Puritans | Monergism – This is an excellent, but long (for a blog post) excerpt from a book by J.I. Packer. If you don’t want to read all of it but are interested in what it says, the first page will suffice. The whole thing is worth it, though.

How do I get the same passion as the Psalmists?

One of the things that is absolutely astounding to me is when I see professing Christians trying to create a division between God and his Word. That is, to attempt to disconnect what he says from who he is. To treat the Bible as a barrier for knowing and loving the Lord.

But this is something I don’t see the writers of Scripture even attempt to do.

8 Months Off Social Media, 8 Observations – RECOVERING WOMANHOOD – I don’t identify with every one of the 8 Observations, but I especially identify with number 5.

Clare De Graaf – Most Christians are Violating the 1st Commandment

Here’s a video introduction to Mark Jones’s new book God Is: A Devotional Guide to the Attributes of God.

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