Morning Mashup 07/24


The Biblical Necessity of Judging Others – Pastor David Prince examines the abuses of Matthew 7:1 and shows how its abuses are not new.

The New York Times Swings and Whiffs – Jonathan Merritt critiques the horribly biased and unethical conclusions drawn by the NY Times editorial board in an article concerning Planned Parenthood, which I shared in Wednesday’s edition of Morning Mashup.

Duke Players Fail to Live Up to Expectations – This statement comes from the bold mouth of Phil Jackson. While once known for nothing but winning, Jackson is becoming known for nothing more than controversial tweets and statements. Injuries discounted, Duke players have almost always lived up to expectations, certainly no less than players from any other particular school.

We Will Not Bow – Passionate, sober, and poignant sermon from one of the greatest preachers of the last 100 years.

3 Things the Pro-Life Movement Needs to Do to Stop Abortion – Important excerpt from Scott Klusendorf’s book The Case for Life: Equipping Christians to Engage the Culture.

Just How Sovereign Is God? – Fantastic short summary of the sovereignty of God by Justin Taylor.

Hope for Mourning Parents – A completely heartbreaking story about the loss of a child, and the incredible resolve to come alongside those in grief.

Russell Moore to Interview Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio – Looking forward to these interviews on August 4.

Why Join a Church – David Mathis offers six reasons why you should “put down roots” and join a church.

Parents, Keep Reading Out Loud – For the intellectual and emotional well-being of your children, it is best to read aloud to your children.

The Publicly Private Faith of Jim Gaffigan – An excellent profile of the comedian who is humbly Catholic and truly funny on his new TV show.

“Essentially, to ‘put on the new self’ is the same as donning the armour of God.” –Peter O’Brien


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