Here are the items and resources of interest for January 19, 2018:
NEW FEATURE: Each weekday I will be asking a simple question related to theology or technology. Feel free to post an answer in the comments section (Facebook or the site itself). There will also be an article or two related to the question.
Today’s Question: Do you think children should be examined by the elders before coming to the Lord’s Table? Why? Defend your answer.
- I strongly recommend two-factor authentication. This article will tell you how.
- The iOS slowdown will be fixed with the next iOS update.
- Technology Tip: NOTE: Each Friday I will offer some “tech tips” on various topics. This week: Using Pocket. Pocket is a great tool to have around. There are many good articles on the internet, and the big challenge is what to do with all of this information. My practice is to use Pocket whenever I find something worth keeping. Pocket is free (there is also a premium version). Once you sign up, you can begin collecting articles, etc. As you save them, I suggest you tag them so you can find them later.
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Here are the items and resources of interest for June 26, 2017:
- Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary has a new website.
- The extension campus of GPTS has a podcast. This episode features the subject of corporate prayer meetings with guest Dr. Ryan McGraw.
- How to Read Your Bible — produced by the Reformed Forum
- Why I Voted Against the Women’s Study Committee Report — agree or not, this is an interesting article written by one of the voting members of the ad interim study committee. Additionally, this article gives a brief wrap-up on the 45th PCA GA.
- Perhaps the highest and loftiest acts a Christian can have toward God are worship and prayer. These two acts are uniquely vertical – they are the only things a believer does that are directly toward God and that directly bring him or her into relationship and communion with God. The one exception is the reading of Scripture, but that is a means to bring us to worship and prayer. All other aspects of the Christian life are horizontal – they are outward toward others. Worship and prayer are uniquely God-centred. They deal with God alone and bring us to him relationally. — Read the full article by Mark Tomlinson here.
- Taking Notes on Books — There are many articles available on the subject of “taking notes” while reading books. I am curious about the methods my readers use to accomplish it. Please write your system in the comments section. Lord willing, I will be providing some articles on this subject in the days ahead, as well as one of my own.