My 10 favorite links from around the web this week (in no particular order). Enjoy them as part of your weekend reading!
From the Web: Important and/or fun thoughts from around the web this past week.
The Joy of the Christian Life:
On Thursday, a great theologian and apologist, R.C. Sproul, passed from this creation into the presences of our Lord. It was not surprising as his health has declined over recent years and the past week he has been hospitalized. Like many, we mourn his loss here, yet unlike the secular world we rejoice with joy at both the godly influence he had and the place he now occupies. There are a number of tributes that you can read at the following links:
- R.C. Sproul’s Obituary from Ligonier Ministries
- A Letter from Dr. W. Robert Godfrey, Chairman of Ligonier Ministries (about the future)
- A Bright and Burning Light (from. R. Albert Mohler)
- From John MacArthur
- The People’s Theologian is now the Perfect Theologian (from David Murray)
- Unashamed Allegiance (from John Piper)
- From Justin Taylor
- Next Time (from Tim Challies)
- Lion In Our Midst (from Richard Phillips)
- Some Personal Reflections on the Ministry of R.C. Sproul (from Denny Burk)
And now here are the typical links for the weekend worldview
- What Does the X in Xmas Mean? and Put the X Back in Xmas
- Is Football too Violent for Christians?
- Is the Pope right about the Lord’s prayer?
- My Top 10 Theology Stories of 2017
- Answering Claims That the Bible Contains Errors and Why It Matters
- Doing Church Away from Church Isn’t Church
- Why We’re Church Planting in a Conflict Zone
The Joy of Books & Reading:
- 50 DIY Your Reading Challenges to Make 2018 the Best Reading Your of Your Life
- The Collected Best Christian Books of 2017
The Joy of Life:
From the Projects: Links to my own works or projects that I have collaborated in somehow.
Biblical Ministries Worldwide (biblicalministries.org):
Harvest Fields (ifcamedia.org/harvestfields):
The Emmaus Project Podcast (emmausprojectpodcast.com):
Soli Deo Gloria (solideogloria.me):