Daily Roundup for February 13, 2020

Daily Roundup for February 13, 2020

Here are the items and resources of interest for February 13, 2020:

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Daily Roundup for October 11, 2019

Daily Roundup for October 11, 2019

Here are the items and resources of interest for October 11, 2019:

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Technology

  • For those of you who are searching for the best task list, there are many options available. The Microsoft version has just received an update. In case you are wondering, I am using Todoist. Google tasks also received an update. Next week I will be writing a review of Todoist. 
  • I have been experimenting with “mind-mapping” and Lifehacker has given a list of the best tools in this area for 2019. 
  • Charging our devices is a way of life. This cable will charge your iPhone from 0-80 percent in under an hour. Read more here.
  • Honey – I have been using this browser extension for quite some time. It will save you money when you make purchases on the internet by scanning for discount codes that you probably do not know exits. It will convert your savings into “honey gold” that you can redeem for gift cards to popular stores, including Walmart and Amazon. You should use it. I now have enough honey gold to get over $50 in gift cards at Amazon. PRICE: Free. Risk: None. Benefit: You save money wherever you shop online. It is silly not to try it. 
  • Phone battle: The Samsung Galaxy S10+ vs. the OnePlus 7T Pro.

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Daily Roundup for October 11, 2019

Daily Roundup for October 8, 2019

Here are the items and resources of interest for October 8, 2019:

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Theology/Christianity:

The author of Hebrews tells us that Jesus was “in every respect . . . tempted as we are, yet without sin” (Hebrews 4:15). Jesus Christ, the God-man, was truly tempted in his humanity, though not in all the same ways as sinners are. Temptations came at him from without, while inside he remained “without sin.” Though Satan and a rebellious world assaulted him, temptation never found a home within him. He is, therefore, both impeccable in his moral purity and sympathetic to tempted sinners.

 

 

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Daily Roundup for September 9, 2019

Daily Roundup for September 9, 2019

Here are the items and resources of interest for September 9, 2019:

After a rather lengthy absence, the Daily Roundup is back in operation. I hope to be more faithful in the future. I trust these helpful resources on theology and tech will benefit you. 

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Theology/Christianity:

  • Do you ever feel like you have wandered away from the Lord? We are warned about our propensity to drift by the writer to the Hebrews (Heb. 2:1-4). Listen to this helpful encouragement from Dr. Ligon Duncan
  • Remember the Sabbath Day! That is not merely a suggestion for the church today. It is, in fact, a command. Read more about the subject from Tony Arsenal. 
  • The diligent use of the outward means of grace is discussed in this helpful article. 

 

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Daily Roundup for December 5, 2017

Daily Roundup for December 5, 2017

Here are the items and resources of interest for December 5, 2017:



Theology/Christianity:

It is important to note that the Reformers held to sola Scriptura, not solo ScripturaSolo Scriptura advocates a radical individualism that rejects the church, creeds, confessions, and tradition as having any authority while embracing private judgment above all else. This view radicalizes the Protestant ethic and undermines it. Such an approach finds no credence in the teaching of the Reformers or the early church. Conversely, the Reformers taught the Apostles’ Creed and stood upon the truths articulated at Chalcedon and Nicaea. Martin Luther, John Calvin, John Knox, Henry Bullinger, and Martin Bucer all wrote catechisms and confessions for their people. They viewed an anti-creedal and anti-confessional theology as anti-Christian. None of the prominent Protestant Reformers advocated solo Scriptura.

It is a common suspicion among Protestant teachers that using a confession for discipleship will devalue Scripture in the heart of a disciple. The first step toward being convinced otherwise is to understand that a good confession clearly places itself beneath Scripture.

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