Do Not Be Surprised…This ‘n’ That (30 May 2014)

 

  • I’m beginning to wonder if Mars Hill Church thinks that it is THE Church. As in, the only true church. Driscoll would look odd in one of those pope hats, though. It would clash with the Mickey Mouse t-shirt.
  • “We sing best when that gospel is dwelling richly within us. God is not looking at the quality of our tone or the perfection of our pitch. He is looking at the heart.”
  • Free Kindle books are good, especially when they’re ‘bad’ books that I wouldn’t normally want to buy.
  • This looks like a good study.
  • Maya Angelou died this week. This was the last thing she posted on Twitter.
  • Now this is creative. And smart. I’m not opposed to replacing the lawn with sand.
  • I managed to make it through my years in Chicago without ever visiting the Sears (now Willis) Tower. If I had, I’m sure this would have happened during my visit.
  • Here’s C.J. Mahaney’s statement on the whole SGM debacle. Well, as much of a statement as he can offer at this time, anyway.
  • Students learn and retain more by taking handwritten notes? I believe it.
  • Here’s your weekly dose of adorable.
  • Mike Riccardi writes at The Cripplegate about sanctification and the means of sanctification.
  • Please don’t stop praying for Meriam.
  • Fred Butler has compiled a helpful list of resources on this neo ‘antinomianism.’
  • Have you lost a child? Perhaps this will bring you some comfort.
  • If any of what is reported here is true, financial guru Dave Ramsey sounds a little like some megapastors we know.
  • Where do you think is the best place to evangelize?
  • I haven’t listened to this in its entirety yet, but here’s a debate between John MacArthur and R.C. Sproul on the issue of baptism:

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