|I couldn't have staged this |
photo better myself.
But don't worry, I've not yet acquired the opinion that the internet is downright evil. It is, after all, my primary forum, so I best not bite the hand that feeds me (even though it doesn't actually feed me). Further, there are bits and pieces of interest floating about, as evidenced by this list each Friday. And let's face it, it just wouldn't be Friday without it, would it? So as you welcome autumn into your home, why not grab a piece of pie, a cup of coffee, tea, or cocoa, and sit back to enjoy your week in review (kind of):
- Truth be told, I wouldn't want this guy in my neighborhood, either. And no, Christian, this is not an example of persecution for the faith. Just ask the Santa Claus that is apparently also part of this guy's Christmas display. Also, could someone please tell me how it is that Todd Starnes passes for a journalist with subjective reporting like this?
- So, as it turns out, if you are offering sacrifices, you aren't actually a Christian.
- And look, here's some more people who call themselves Christians but who are actually pagans.
- I side with the prairie dogs.
- Just in case you're wondering.
- I am definitely getting on the wait list for this.
- Here's your weekly dose of adorable.
- What is the one of the most terrifying things God can do?
- You will want to download this free book.
- It seems that the book of Ruth is one of those that women "Bible teachers" love to mangle. That's why I so appreciate when sound, faithful pastors tackle the text. Don Green is currently preaching through Ruth and Mike Abendroth's series on Ruth is currently airing on No Compromise Radio. My point? It's time to study Ruth!
- This should be titled, "Why every Christian should read J.C. Ryle." Ryle's not just for seminary students!
- Sigh. Okay…
- Ah, got it. It all makes sense now. How could I ever have thought Jonathan Cahn was a hack?
- I really like the questions Aimee Byrd is asking here. Where are the mature women writers?
- The believer and sanctification.