Daily Roundup for May 14, 2018

Daily Roundup for May 14, 2018

Here are the items and resources of interest for May 14, 2018:


Theology/Christianity:

  • Book Review: Paul by N.T. Wright — written by David Briones.
  • Book Review: J.C. Ryle: Prepared to Stand Alone by Ian Murray. — I have always enjoyed the writing of J.C. Ryle and I may pick this book up when I am at the Banner conference at the end of the month. This review by Joshua Hill. You can purchase this book here
  • When You go Through the Valley — As a pastor, I know many people that are struggling with some very dark providences.  This article, written by Christina Fox may be helpful to some. 

 

 

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Daily Roundup for July 27, 2017

Daily Roundup for July 27, 2017

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The debate between paper books and e-readers has been vicious since the first Kindle came out in 2007. Most arguments have been about the sentimental versus the practical, between people who prefer how paper pages feel in their hands and people who argue for the practicality of e-readers. But now science has weighed in, and the studies are on the side of paper books. 

 

Daily Roundup for July 25, 2017

Daily Roundup for July 25, 2017

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Theology/Christianity:

What makes a porno movie a “porno” and what makes Game of Thrones a record-shattering, Emmy-winning icon of popular culture? They both have plots. They both have lots of sex. I suppose the difference is Game of Thrones has more plot to it than it does sex, so it’s considered a drama and not a porno, whereas a porno has more sex than plot. And I suppose one would say the purpose of Game of Thrones is art, while the purpose of a porno is sex. Though that’s a very subjective statement that many in the porn industry would refute, at the end of the day, both purposes are money, but that’s another story.

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Daily Roundup for May 11, 2017

Daily Roundup for May 11, 2017

Here are the items and resources of interest for May 11, 2017:

Theology/Christianity:

Technology

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