First off, apologies for not posting yesterday. My wife and I are in the middle of a home purchase and processing the paperwork and reading over inspection reports caused the day to get away from itself yesterday. Top that off with me helping the ministry I used to work for move out of their old building meant that I had little time for writing. I hope to get a regular post up tomorrow, but we’re all heading out of town for the night, so we’ll have to see.
By a five-to-one majority, you all decided to recommend that I continue to focus on the Psalms’ study for the time being. Done and done.
No poll for this week, mostly because I couldn’t think of one (man, I’m really starting to sound like a slacker).
The good news is, I do have some links for you! Let’s get to ’em.
- Here’s an article from Ryan Egan at I am an offering that takes a brief look at legalism.
- Albert Mohler writes about the importance of having the proper historical position on Adam and Eve.
- This is Kevin DeYoung’s take on King Manasseh’s repentance (and repentance in general).
- Eric Christenson recently tackled on his blog the troublesome topic of Christians and sin.