There is Nothing Common About Grace – Grace is a provision for men who are so fallen that they cannot lift the ax of justice; so corrupt that they cannot change their own natures; so adverse to God that they cannot turn to Him; so blind that they cannot see Him; so deaf that they cannot hear Him; and so dead that He Himself must open their graves.
Astronomy Images – I love images of the heavens as, for me, they remind me of the grandeur, magnitude, and shear intelligence of God. In this set, images 1, 5, and 7 are my favorites.
The High Cost of Ambivalence – Dan Dumas’ contribution to Tabletalk magazine. One of the questions he asks is, “When was the last time you thought deeply about the consequences of ‘little’ erroneous theological decisions that can subtly distort both your faith and practice?”
This is an article I ran across today and from experience know how prevalent this statement is in the Church so I consider it a very relevant issue that needs to be addressed. J. I. Packer, in his forward to John Owen’s book The Mortification of Sin talks about how this statement almost shipwrecked his faith.