The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday PostNothing Explicitly Christian About the Pope’s Message. “Nevertheless, even though the speech was historic, it was also a disappointment—not so much for what he did say but for what he didn’t say. For example…”

Some Thoughts on Reading Books. Al Mohler has read more books than I have probably seen with my eyes. Therefore, his thoughts on reading should be listened to carefully.

My Injury Interrupted My Idolatry. Landry Fields, of the professional NBA team the Toronto Raptors, shares how God broke him away from idolatry by breaking him.

Why Don’t Protestants Have Popes? This is why we don’t and why protestants will never be OK with the idea that anyone has a pope.

Four Tips for Using Your Study Bible Well. Do you use your study Bible well?

Heavenly Tourism. “To mark the release of 90 Minutes in Heaven I have teamed up with Josh Byers to prepare an infographic we’ve titled Greetings From Heaven: A Modern History of Heaven Tourism. ”

Planting Seed in Your Child’s Public School. “For many years, our public schools have been seen as battlefields. Nothing much grows on a battlefield, though. Instead, our schools should be viewed as gardens to cultivate. Tending your garden involves nurturing relationships with a small number of people within your immediate sphere of responsibility.”

What God Thinks About You. “God has a lot to say about what he thinks about us — a whole Bible full. But if we could summarize it in a short space, here’s how it might sound…”

Garage Doors Are Amazing. I appreciate this little one reminding me of the wonder that is the garage door.

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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