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Chad Ashby deals with the edenic longing that–though distorted–is hidden away in the socialist worldview. Many good observations are made here, although I would want to take it a few steps further. I don’t believe that socialism deals ineffectually with murderous Cain; I believe socialism is murderous Cain.
Mike Reeves (who is slated to be a speaker at GraceAgenda 2017) recently interviewed John Piper about his new book A Peculiar Glory. Here’s short snippet from the full interview. Hope it will whet your appetite for coming out and joining us for GraceAgenda. I mean, why wouldn’t it?
A short little book (published by Canon Press) on the necessary qualifications for elders and pastors. Being people of the Book means we need to be people of the whole Book; including those portions which may require, you know, obedience. Canon is offering it for only $6.
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A Kind of Wedding Homily You Don’t Hear Every Day
Nancy and I attended a wedding last Saturday, and it was nice not having any official responsibilities. I really appreciated the homily, which you can read here.
How Christians Gave the World Smartphones
Marcus Pittman, from Apologia Studios, gives a wonderful history lesson here on how Christianity contributed greatly to technological advancement in the world.
Coincidentally, some of the guys from Apologia (including Marcus) were here in Moscow this week filming some talks given by me and some of NSA’s other professors; stay tuned for when those are released.