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Saturday Selections – September 15, 2018

Mark Schultz on standing with, and praising God for, those who are devastated by grief

In the first of these two videos Mark Schultz shares a beautiful song he has written as a pledge of sort to those who are so emptied they can’t manage to stand and sing. In the second video he shares the story behind the song. h/t David Murray

Addictions: sickness or sin?

The trend to view all addictions as merely physical problems rather than sin, as John points out, will never get to the root of the problem.

How the United Nations gets poverty wrong

Inequality isn’t poverty and poverty ain’t inequality.

Hope for ex-readers

“Are you an ‘ex-reader’? Did you read Christian books in the past but have long since given up? If this bothers you, it should. Reading quality Christian books is good for you and for the people who know you. But don’t despair; you can start reading again. Here’s how.”

3 problems with libertarianism

  1. “libertarianism tends to be ideologically-driven, and not driven by love”
  2. “libertarianism is backing away from the ‘social issues’ at just the moment when corruption on those issues has reached our nation’s lymph nodes.”
  3. “libertarianism sees the abstraction of ‘free market forces’ as a tree in the orchard, instead of fruit from the orchard.”

The impact of legalizing marijuana in Colorado

Prov. 18:17 says it is good to hear both sides of a debate. This documentary presents one side that is being underreported (57 minutes).


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