Well, it’s my birthday today. And in honor of that, I’m going to scour the web for links and share a bunch of the ones which strike my fancy. Oh, wait… you say that’s what I always do with F&J? Hmm. Never mind, then – carry on, old chaps!
Free eBook – Sweet, right? If you’re on Facebook, you can get a free PDF copy of Pastor Jon Cardwell’s Christ and Him Crucified.
Does The Final Prophet or Snooki Have Your Ear? – Bryan Daniels writes, “We can be very religious, but if we are not utterly fascinated with the person of Jesus Christ our worship is base. Scripture says the Glory of God is found in the face of Jesus Christ (2 Cor. 4:4). If we would be acquainted with God’s glory we must find it in the perfect life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.”
The Rest of the Story – Why do the Brothers Grimm not tell us these things?
The Christian Duty of Boycotting – Joel McDurmon takes on Joe Carter’s recent article on The Gospel Coalition: “Christians have not only a right, therefore, but a duty to boycott in many cases. We have a duty to eliminate as much social evil as we can, and if organized economic abstinence is available, we should embrace it.”
Book Review: The Mark of a Man – Josh gives a superb review of Elizabeth Elliot’s book.
Rabbit Trails – Christina at Heavenly Springs shares a quote from Spurgeon on the “P” in T.U.L.I.P. “In seeking to drive home the point that the promise of God does not diminish diligence, Charles Spurgeon shares a personal illustration.”
Trayvon Martin and Loving the Truth – A great post from Keith Plummer.
“I don’t think anyone should write their autobiography until
after they’re dead.” – Samuel Goldwyn