• Jesse Duplantis just needs to stop.
  • Well, I’m not on John Hagee’s page with the blood moons. (Come to think of it, I’m not on any of the same theological pages as Hagee.) But I don’t mind looking at the pictures of this very cool, very beautiful phenomenon.
  • Adultery is now legal in New Hampshire. Yes, that means it was illegal till now. And no, the law has not been enforced for quite some time.
  • Here’s your weekly dose of adorable.
  • If someone or something ‘nudges’ you to affirm gay marriage, you can be certain of this one thing: it was not Jesus who did the nudging.
  • Good grief. Who gives these people the money to conduct these stupid “scientific” studies?
  • Nothing says Good Friday like a good movie at church, right? *Sigh*
  • Did God die on the cross?
  • Lyndon Unger reviews Appendix 1 of Authentic Fire, written by Dr. Craig Keener.
  • Christ the King in His suffering.
  • Speaking of Christ as King, here’s a great sermon on just that topic.
  • No, people are not “basically good.” And this woman’s actions are reprehensible. What a shocking, gruesome, horrendous, heinous display of depravity.
  • Wow. Does anybody take Jacob Prasch seriously, especially after this? Thanks to Phil Johnson for responding to the lunacy.
  • Spurgeon preaches of Jesus, the Passover Lamb.
  • The Gospel Coalition has lost its collective mind. Again. As a woman, I actually find myself offended by the blog posts that TGC’s Bethany Jenkins has been posting. There are Christian ladies out there who love the Word and love deep, theological teaching and who think that garbage like this is, well, garbage.
  • Mayor Bloomberg says he’s earned his ticket to Heaven. Uh huh. Good luck with that.
  • Guess who was asked to deliver the closing prayer at the White House Easter prayer breakfast?
  • This probably should go without saying, but I’ll say it anyway: Do not give your toddler an iPad.
  • Also keep your children away from the local exorcist.
  • Also, do not get this for your mom for Mother’s Day.
  • While I can’t resonate with everything said in this article, I do share the author’s concern over Andy Stanley’s latest sermon (if what is reported here is true).
  • The violent death of Jesus Christ:

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