Tom of excatholic4christ starts off this week’s Sampler by Reevaluating “saint” Thomas More, terrorizer of Protestants. His post reminds us to acquaint ourselves with church history. Knowing what happened in the past sharpens our understanding of the Church today.
Writing for The Cripplegate, Clint Archer bemoans The Chimera of Cancel Culture that has overtaken society. We should probably think through his points to decide whom we want to boycott.
Being childless (never even having been pregnant), I can’t offer you tips on Talking to Kids About Miscarriage. But Melissa at Your Mom Has a Blog sadly has been in the position of telling her children about their siblings who never experienced life outside the womb. I thought some of you might find this post helpful.
It’s good to see support for the stand John MacArthur took last Sunday. So I love Our Galvanizing Grandfather by Doug Wilson in Blog & Mablog affirming MacArthur’s stance. Too bad more people don’t admire MacArthur for his courage to obey God and not man.
Allen Nelson IV, writing for Things Above Us, provides A Primer on Jacob Arminius, John Wesley, and Charles Finney to give us a better understanding of how evangelical evangelism has developed. He briefly shows why their theology on free will deviates from Scripture.
Of Masks And The Weaker Brothers, which R. Scott Clark posts on The Heidelblog, pretty much reaches the same conclusions that I reached several weeks ago. You may disagree (on either side of the matter) with this conclusion, but I hope you’ll at least give it a fair hearing.
Have you read Elizabeth Prata’s essay on Prophecy and current days in The End Time yet? It may surprise you. I guarantee that it will encourage you. Or your money back!
I’ve been saying for years that teenagers need solid Bible teaching more than they need fun and games. So I love Costi Hinn’s 3 Proven Ways to “Grow” Your Youth Ministry in For the Gospel. I realize that he primarily targets youth pastors, but I think Christians as a whole should consider how we minister to our young people.