There’s a new biography of Elisabeth Elliot available and Westminster Books has it on sale right out of the gate.
Today’s Kindle deals include a complete series of excellent Bible studies by John Scott.
I think Carl Trueman points out something really important in this article. “While the trans issue is the presenting problem, the California bill points toward something of much broader significance: the rise of the notion that parents are defined by function rather than biology.”
Travis raises some important considerations about watching and analyzing conventions through livestreams.
The Good Book Guide series is now available in sets! Enter for a chance to win a set of 59 Bible studies to celebrate! 🎉 (Sponsored Link)
CityAlight has released a new song!
CBMW has released a new issue of their journal Eikon. This one is dedicated entirely to providing a response to the third edition of Discovering Biblical Equality: Biblical, Theological, Cultural, and Practical Perspectives.
Melissa has written a sweet reflection life and roads and other things.
“Paul presents a vision of radical mutuality and sexual equality in marriage. His view was both daring and challenging in the first century and remains so today. He portrays sexual intimacy as a precious gift to those who are married—a joint trust of sorts (much like a financial trust). It’s not an entitlement or something to demand, but something to steward and tend together for the benefit of both spouses.”
We should be happier if a man follows a different path than we do while heeding his conscience than if he imitates us while violating it. We should affirm him in making a decision that is different from our own, as long as that decision is consistent with his conscience.
The entire purpose of our lives — what God wants from us — is to do good for others, to the glory of God. —Matt Perman