A La Carte (February 8)

A La Carte (February 8)

The Lord be with you and bless you today.

Westminster Books has a deal this week on a new edition of a true classic.

Today’s Kindle deals include a few interesting titles.

The Importance of Theological Pairs

This is a really interesting look at theological pairs in the Shorter Catechism.”Many disagreements in theological matters come from only holding to one of two complimentary theological truths. When we grasp both we’ll be able to refute theological error and minister more effectively to others with theological precision and care.”

Marxism’s Long Shadow

This is the second part of a two-part article on Marxism.

Love Is Not a Finite Resource?

“Linguistic tricks are often used to smuggle in destructive ideas.” Indeed. Here’s a new one.

Travel Photographer of the Year Ltd.

There are some lovely photographs on display in the Travel Photographer of the Year awards.

What Things?

“There are moments in scripture that are easy to miss, but they are deeply profound if we take the time to consider them. One of those moments happens on the road to Emmaus. Jesus speaks two words in light of the context that reveals a world of encouragement.”

Preachers Should Measure Twice and Cut Once

Erik Raymond: “Measure twice and cut once. For generations, the veteran builder has spoken these words over a sawhorse to their younger apprentice. Because as the saying goes, when you spend extra time being precise on your measurement, you won’t waste time (and wood) by repeating it over again. What’s true in the wood shop is also true in the study. The preacher must measure twice and cut once when preparing to make an argument.”

Flashback: Pornographic Detachment

Pornography makes sex about self—about personal pleasure and personal satisfaction that has no reference to the pleasure or satisfaction of another person.

Good hospitality is making your home a hospital. The idea is that friends and family and the wounded and weary people come to your home and leave helped and refreshed. —Kevin DeYoung

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