A baker’s half dozen worth of articles from Reformed and other sources that were just too good not to share…
A new translation of Schilder’s Christ and Culture
Dr. Bredenhof reviews and details the improvements made in a new translation of Klaas Schilder’s influential book Christ and Culture.
Christian statement on sexuality
The Nashville Statement – endorsed by Reformed Christians such as R.C. Sproul, Kevin DeYoung, Albert Mohler, John Piper, Rosaria Butterfield, D.A. Carson, and dozens of others – takes a strong stand on what godly sexuality entails. Predictably, it has been attacked by mainstream Christians for what it gets right. But a couple of Reformed Christians have also criticized it for who put it out and for conceding the battle.
People we should know: Rachel Carson
Rachel Carson is sometimes called the “Mother of the Environmental Movement.” In that role she spoke of the perceived dangers of DDT, and had a role in getting it banned. Her hyperbole – based out of concern for our planet – lead to the death of millions.
Why are top environmental organizations pushing abortion?
When key environmental groups support Planned Parenthood it shows that they see Man not as the pinnacle of God’s Creation, but as a curse on it.
Preparations for a good death
Ray Pennings outlines five categories for what makes for a good death. While the article is not explicitly Christian, it is one, that if taken from a Christian perspective, makes good sense.
One very good reason to do personal devotions
Tim Challies makes an case for personal devotions you’ve likely never heard before: “If you can’t or won’t do devotions for your own sake, won’t you do it for the sake of others? Won’t you do it for their good, even if not for your own?
Some things are getting better
From most mainstream media accounts you would never know that materially speaking – as regards life expectancy and fighting poverty – vast improvements have been made in the last century or two.