The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday Post

Atheistic Morality. A brilliant display of what atheistic morality naturally looks like. Amy Hall sums it up well, “There is no “just as moral” here; we’re differently moral.”

Ferguson Analysis. Justin Taylor offers a helpful look at the Ferguson controversy. “One of the confusing things about the fallout from the shooting of Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri, is the differing perspectives of many blacks and whites, even those who are united in the gospel and share the same theology. There seems to me to be four basic positions one could take—and have been taken—at this point…”

Especially If You Are a Pastor, Read This. “We preach and visit and serve under the gospel of grace, and God accepts us because of his Son.”

What’s Up With the Crackers & Juice? Joe Thorn recently completed a very good and thought provoking series on the Lord’s Supper. You can access all eight parts of the series and get a good load of resource recommendations for your own study.

It’s Time to Annihilate the ISIS. I 100% agree.

Four Short Truths on Suicide. Lots of people are talking about suicide right now, here are four simple truths that should help guide the conversation.

The Heart of Christ. One of my middle school interns shares some golden quotes from his reading of Thomas Goodwin’s The Heart of Christ. Try to not be stirred.

College Doesn’t Change Your Heart, It Reveals It. Excellent. This is what I think the reason so many students leave the church when they get to college; they were not really of the church (1 John 2:19).

Which Gospel Tracts Do You Use? Although many think they are out of style, I am a big fan of using gospel tracts to evangelize. Here is a list of several very good gospel tracts to choose from.

This is Incredible. It all makes sense at 1:52.

About Dana Dill

I'm a Christian, husband, daddy, pastor, professor, and hope to be a friend to pilgrims on their way home.
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