ERLC shares some of the top international news stories from the past week.
Seems North Korea is at it again.
“The intent behind the expression of our emotions is significant. As with many things in the Bible, the issue is not the emotion itself, but rather what we do with it. How you respond to your emotions matters.”
“In short, the Bible teaches that God made us male or female, and no matter our own feelings or confusion, we should act in accordance with the biological reality of God’s good design. Transgenderism falls short of the glory of God and is not the way to walk in obedience to Christ.”
“So will God condemn the innocent tribesman who has never heard the name of Christ? No, because there are no innocent tribesmen.”
“What we need are bold Christians — Christians bold enough to disappoint anybody necessary for the contending of the faith. What we need are Christians so in worshipful awe of Jesus Christ, that they can spot counterfeit gospels (and counterfeit arguments) in seconds and call them out. What the world needs are Christians who love their reputations not, even unto derision. What we need are Christians so committed to Christ, that they will go to their crosses to affirm all that he said, not just the popular parts.”
Derek Thomas – How Do I Pray?
Servants of Grace has embarked on a study of the book of Ephesians. I encourage you to check out what was posted this past week:
“People often refer to rock layers as though the earth is made of solid rock, impervious to water. Thankfully, this isn’t true.”
“Your children may be captive in a system intent on discrediting Christianity. It is not surprising that this is the intent of the secularist educators. What is surprising is that so many Christian parents seem to not care.”
“Despite many claims to the contrary, Haldane’s Dilemma has never been solved. If anything, in recent years, our understanding of genetics has demonstrated that the problem is far greater for evolutionists than even Haldane imagined.”
Oldies but Goodies
“The whole Bible is given by inspiration of God, and is as such the infallible rule of faith and practice for all mankind. Since the doctrine of inspiration is often denied, it calls for special consideration.”
“As “the way of Cain” is spoken of by the apostle Jude, as specially the way of the last days, let us inquire what it was. It was evil, not good. He is an open and defiant sinner; and in him sin takes its full swing.”
“You sinners, seek the favor of your offended God in Christ Jesus, for He is the Lord and giver of life, and your quickening must come from Him, and from Him alone!”