January 4, 2013

B003D0TAM8.01._SX490_SCLZZZZZZZ_V190274968_I never feel that I am reading enough. I already have enough books to literally last the rest of my life. With this problem in mind, here is a strategy to read 50 books this year. Let me know how it works for you.

Russell Moore asks whether the Pro-life side is really winning.

A feminist leader once said that most Americans are pro-life with three exceptions: rape, incest, and “my situation.” When the teenage daughter is pregnant, the theory is abandoned and bloodthirsty pragmatism rules. I fear this feminist is all too right.

Tim Challies reviews the book Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop TalkingIf you tend to be an introvert like me, Tim offers a helpful corrective in his analysis.

Sinclair Ferguson writes about How to Mortify Sin. Sinclair is always helpful.

Kevin DeYoung writes of three simple ways to pray using scripture: rejoice, repent, and request. Good stuff.

Even the Catholics struggle with egalitarian creep:

One Response to “Destinations”

  1. phfs9 Says:

    “Even the Catholics struggle with egalitarian creep:” The Catholic church struggles with everything…..written from personal experience. I imagine the Pope is livid over that video. But, I have little sympathy for a religion that teaches children there is a purgatory, they must verbally confess their sins to a man in a box and that there is such a thing as venial and mortal sin.

    What does the Bible say about women in places of eldership and hierarchy in the church?

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