Book Review: Parenting by God’s Promises

Parenting by God’s Promises: How to Raise Children in the Covenant of Grace by Joel R. Beeke My rating: 4 of 5 stars This is a well-written, insightful, though somewhat lengthy book on parenting. Thankfully, it avoids the typical cliches of Christian parenting books, and does an excellent job focusing on both the duties required…

Saturday Summary (7/15/17)

Basically, I refuse to put up anything about Trump-Clinton-Game of Thrones. So, aside from those discussions, this week is concerned with net neutrality, various ethical and religious issues, and the Nest Founder who wakes up in cold sweats.   7/14/17 Religion The Essential Van Til & No Critic of Old Princeton Epistemology? – Reformed Forum…

What Happened Last Week? (7/10/17)

A number of intriguing articles this week: the trouble with neo-Calvinism, the American Revolution, and more! Religion 7/10/17 10 Things I Wished I Had Done as a Young Pastor – The Aquila Report Former Benedictine Monk Reflects Upon Rod Dreher’s "The Benedict Option" – Heart And Mouth Herman Hoeksema On The Twofold Kingdom | The…

What Happened This Week? (6/30/17)

Hacks, digital monopolies, the trouble with patriotism in a worship service, and much, much more! News Associated Press: Tuesday Summary Associated Press: Wednesday Summary Associated Press: Thursday Summary Associated Press: Friday Summary News apps are making a comeback. More young Americans are paying for news. 2017 is weird. » Nieman Journalism Lab German lawmakers approve…

This Week’s Articles (6/26/17)

Why shouldn’t we only sing Psalms in worship? Will taking this photograph land me a visit from the FBI? Fascinating articles like this and more located HERE. Postscriptum: If you haven’t noticed before, the articles are generally sorted in this order: religion, opinion/interest, and news.

The Prayer Saturated Family

The Prayer Saturated Family: How to Change the Atmosphere in Your Home Through Prayer by Cheryl Sacks My rating: 2 of 5 stars This book was given to me by a friend, and I in no way mean to disparage the gift.  There are a number of useful things that can be wrestled out of…

Let the Children Worship

Let the Children Worship by Jason Helopoulos My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is a solid and brief argument for the importance of worshipping with your family at home, and with the congregation through the entire service of worship. I highly recommend it. View all my reviews