Each week, there are hundreds upon thousands of blog posts written by people all over the world. I find myself each week reading several of them. I have taken the time to link to some of my favorite blog posts from around the blogosphere from the previous week. I hope maybe one or two of these stories will be an encouragement to you.
- Should You Pray for God to Save Your Loved Ones by Michael Horton. In only a way that Horton can do, he shows what the difference between the Calvinist and Arminian should be in regards to praying from someone to be saved.
- Complementarianism for Dummies by Mary Kassian. This is a very helpful summary of what complementarianism (a view of the role of men and women) is and is not.
- 5 Questions to Ask of a Book by Tim Challies. I obviously love to read and have tried to post many book reviews on this blog. Challies gives a helpful framework through which to read books and how you know you can recommend them to others.
- How Do You Evangelize If You Don't Ask Someone to Pray 'The Sinner's Prayer?' by Justin Taylor. In this post, Taylor looks at some of the statements by David Platt where he warns of the dangers of asking someone to pray the sinners prayer. While it is not wrong, it could be dangerous.
- Warning Signs That You Might Be Drifting From God by Stephen Altrogge. I found his points on this topic helpful since I preached on it last Sunday. They helped put some feet to my life.