Daily Roundup for October 8, 2019
Here are the items and resources of interest for October 8, 2019:
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- Yesterday, I posted a link to an article that Aimee Byrd, co-host of the Mortification of Spin podcast released from liberal feminist Valerie Hobbs as a rebuttal to Mark Jones’ review of the book Beyond Authority and Submission by Rachel Green Miller. Todd Pruitt, also a co-host of the podcast, has weighed in on this discussion.
- R. Carlton Wynne discusses whether Jesus could have sinned. An abstract from the article:
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.
- Nick Batzig tells us the difference between the pharisee and the tax collector. Another article on the subject is here.
- How to sideload Android apps [POPULAR SCIENCE].
- The latest Opera browser promises more speed and more privacy [PC MAG].
- If you are a Verizon Wireless customer, you will want to read this article from PC MAG.