Flotsam & Jetsam (1/22)

“Hallelujah” – Leonard Cohen’s famous song… with biblically theologized lyrics by Marvin Olasky. Thumbs up all the way.

Promised Land – An excellent review of Matt Damon’s latest film: “Was I entertained? Yes. Was I convinced? No. So the movie fails in its mission. When a soapbox movie can’t convince you the moral of the story is true, then it fails to achieve a very basic purpose of storytelling.”

Horton’s Inglorious “Two Kingdoms” Theology – Long, but well worth reading.

Loving the Church – Persis reviews John Crott’s book. “Through the conversations of believers wrestling with these issues, Pastor Crotts uses their interaction to expose misconceptions about the church in the light of Scripture. He discusses the value of the church, Jesus’ role as its builder, savior, and foundation, the church universal and local, elders, deacons, spiritual gifts, and the ordinances of baptism and the Lord’s Supper.”

16 Trill, And What Do You Get? – Douglas Wilson + fighting national debt + songwriting.

“The dog is the most faithful of animals and would be much esteemed were it not so common. Our Lord God has made His greatest gifts the commonest.” – Luther

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