Destinations

February 29, 2012

Is It Right for a Christian to Take Anti-Depressants? This is a timely piece that deals with a vexing question.

“There are some Christians who believe any psychiatric drug is a spiritual rejection of the Bible’s authority. I’m not one of them. But there are other Christians who seem to think, with the culture around us, that everything is material and can be solved by material means. I don’t think that’s right either.”

Luther had a great way of saying things. Like Shakespeare, he also knew how to deliver an insult. Here, Luther will insult you to your heart’s content. A well thought-out insult is a thing of beauty.

Ever walk out Sunday morning and wonder what in the world the pastor was talking about? Don’t answer that. Here is some direction by the president of Wheaton College, Phil Ryken, on how to listen to a sermon. This is good stuff.

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2 Responses to “Destinations”

  1. tjkids Says:

    the Ryken link is missing


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