Daily Roundup for February 14, 2020

Daily Roundup for February 14, 2020

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Daily Roundup for February 13, 2020

Daily Roundup for February 13, 2020

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Daily Roundup for February 11, 2020

Daily Roundup for February 11, 2020

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Daily Roundup for February 10, 2020

Daily Roundup for February 10, 2020

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Daily Roundup for February 7, 2020

Daily Roundup for February 7, 2020

Here are the items and resources of interest for February 7, 2020:

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Theology/Christianity:

There is a manner of ministry that is more about self-service than self-sacrifice, self-indulgence than self-discipline, and self-promotion than self-denial. There is also giving that is designed for recognition—plaques on walls intended to be read by generations to come, or press releases informing the world of “generous donations”; prayers in pristine Cranmerlike language of the sixteenth century suggesting depths of personal piety; fasting that is shown via open-necked T-shirts revealing a ribbed torso.

But all these outward demonstrations of piety may be no more than mere hypocrisy. The Greek word translated “hypocrites” (Matt. 6:25) refers to the masks worn by ancient actors as symbols of pretense and show. Thus, give with fanfare; pray with pride; fast with notice. This ministry is inauthentic. It is a sham.

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Daily Roundup for February 6, 2020

Daily Roundup for February 6, 2020

Here are the items and resources of interest for February 6, 2020:

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Theology/Christianity:

  • Laura Baxter writes about giving thanks when your family is struggling. 
  • Called by God to Worship — An article by Scott Aniol.
  • What is congregational singing, and why is it important? As a pastor, I often remind the congregation to sing loudly; to sing out. I know it is hard for some to do so for one reason or another. I pastor a small church, and when the people do not sing out, it is noticed. In this video Mark Dever—pastor at Capitol Hill Baptist Church, president of 9Marks, and TGC Council member—on what congregational singing is and why it is important.

Technology:

  • It was a nutty day for Windows 10 users as there were many reports of outages with the Windows Search feature. Many of you may not use the quick launch system of “start button > type something,” but I do, and I noticed that something was wrong around 7 AM ET. Engadget reports on the issue here
  • Maybe you are a big Spotify user, and if so, you can also use it for podcasts.[ENGADGET]
  • Which browser is best? [PC MAG]

 

 

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