Saturday Selections – June 2

Why do churches need good organs and good organists?

An interesting perspective on organs from someone outside Dutch Reformed circles.

Antony van Leewenhoek: a Dutchman who opened up the microscopic world

Though a layman, with no formal scientific education, Antony van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723) devised microscopes more powerful than any others of his time, allowing him to be the first to see bacteria. He also helped show that life only comes from life – his work rebutted the idea of “spontaneous generation.”

New Christian news aggregate site

Adam Ford, best known as the founder of the Babylon Bee, has sold his Christian satirical news site so he can focus on his daily news aggregate site.

Who needs God when you have government?

A government big enough to provide everything we need is a government trying to replace God.

Untangling assisted reproductive technology

As‘s John Stonestreet explains, with more and more couples turning to IVF, Christians need to know where we stand on this issue: “silence on assisted reproductive technologies is no longer an option.”

Does God love everyone?

R.C. Sproul gives a careful and clear answer below, which is a mix of “sort of” and “definitely not.”

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