What the narrator here credits to evolution Christians can enjoy for what it reveals about God’s ability – His amazing engineering on the smallest scale – and God’s personality, how He has packed the world with marvels like this, undiscovered for thousands of years, but just waiting there for us to uncover.
…and, as Dr. Wes Bredenhof writes, it isn’t just a matter of reading lots, but reading deeply.
Every teen seems to have a phone, Tik Tok is huge, and kids need parents to control their own habits so they’ll be better able to mentor their own children…
While I won’t be switching to the Authorized Version (AV, also known as the King James Version or KJV), I did find this quick debate, for and against, illuminating. It highlighted that in one respect the KJV does what any modern English can’t do: it distinguishes between the plural and singular usage of “you” by offering thou (singular you) and ye (plural you).
Or this might be making the case for a Texan Version (TV) where we’d distinguish the singular from the plural by using “you” and “y’all.”
Tim Challies, on the importance of those first two minutes after the church service is done.
China has been implementing a “social credit” system in which citizens are scored on their compliance, and citizens who have committed no crime might still be denied rights others with higher social credit scores enjoy, like the ability to take flights. In Canada, the government has attempted this on a smaller scale in initiatives like denying pro-life groups money for student job creation that went to other organizations with higher (not in name, but in fact) “social credit” scores. You can click on the title above for the whole interview.