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Saturday Selections – Oct 26, 2019

The Mischevious Protestant’s guide to Catholic Rome (10-minute read /6-minute video)

Did you know there are two statues of Martin Luther (at least) in Rome? In both cases, Luther is getting stepped on, and in one a little cherub angel is tearing out the pages of his Bible translation. Tim Challies shares more on these statues as well as info on a couple of other spots that Protestants will find interesting in Rome.

10 things you should know about Christian hospitality

Rosario Butterfield, author of The Gospel Comes With a House Key, with 10 insights on welcoming others into our homes.

Sorry, banning plastic bags won’t save the planet

Bjorn Lomborg, the “skeptical environmentalist,” highlights how banning plastics is more for show than for good.

When abstinence is wrong

“I want to offer some tips for husbands and wives on how to promote physical intimacy in marriage…” Readers should note that even as the article’s biblical principles are authoritative – what God says, we should do – the specific outworking of those principles may look very different for different couples.

Heroic animals in the Great War

With Remembrance Day approaching, here’s a 6-page comic commemorating Sergent Bill, a goat who served as mascot to a Canadian regiment during World War I

Abortion: it comes down to just one issue (2 minutes)

We can greatly simplify this debate by getting it down to the one question: what is the unborn? Greg Koukl shows us how.


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