Online Reading (January 29, 2020)

Bible Reading: Tim Challies posts a great article on what those of us who have fallen behind on Bible Reading for the year can do now. Corona virus: The new illness now has 6000 confirmed cases, and a death toll of 132. Pray for China. Entertainment: Brett McCracken’s reflections on an episode of “The Crown”Continue reading “Online Reading (January 29, 2020)”

Online Reading (November 26, 2019)

Divorce and Remariage: Tom Screiner opines on the Bible’s views on divorce and remarriage. (I’m not sure what I think). Biblical Authenticity: An article on how predictive prophecy can demonstrate Biblical authority. Cost Savings: A new baby clothes library has opened up in my city. Hong Kong: The massive disconnect between the people of HongContinue reading “Online Reading (November 26, 2019)”

A Quick Case for Christian Civility

It’s a difficult time to be an online conservative Christian with a strong interest in the law and politics (and a strong aversion to populism). Since the ascent of Donald Trump to the presidency, my conservative Evangelical leanings have been considered tacit support of a populist political leader who I see as acting in bothContinue reading “A Quick Case for Christian Civility”

Online Reading (November 9, 2010)

Welcome to reading some of the things I’m finding interesting today: November 11: While in my present home of Korea, November 11 is “Peppero Day”, back home in Canada, it’s Remembrance day, and there is a debate this year about the white poppy as opposed to the red poppy. Abortion and Slavery: Thabiti Anyabwile givesContinue reading “Online Reading (November 9, 2010)”