Just In Case You Missed ‘Em

With the overwhelming influx of information available, discerning readers must become selective in what they give their time to read. Just in case you missed ’em, here are some links I found valuable, and hope you will also.

NYT: The High Cost of Low Teacher Salaries
Being the husband of an amazing teacher, this issue strikes close to home. Why does the entertainment business (pro sports, musicians, Hollywood) command multi-billion dollar industries, but our most formative is nearly broke? I think R.C. Sproul once argued that educators’ compensation reveals a culture’s priorities.

Ligonier: What about “Church is boring?”
When we come into the presence of the Almighty, we come as embodied souls, and there is nothing boring about meeting with the Ancient of Days.

Michael Gerson critiques Ron Paul’s Libertarianism Continue reading

Some Annotated Links

Cardiphonia
A site constructed by several PCA ministers who are liturgically friendly. This doesn’t follow a strict understanding of the Regulative Principle of Worship, but even those who hold carefully to the RPW may find much to benefit their conducting of liturgy.

Iain Duguid Resources
Dr. Iain Duguid, one my OT and Hebrew professors at WSC, has many of his sermons and resources compiled (by an admiring student?) as well as links to many of his books. Dr. Duguid is a rare and talented exegete and preacher.

DMLJ Trust
Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, the good Welsh doctor, has many of his greatest sermons recorded here. An invaluable site.

What should I do when my children say they don’t want to go to church?
R.C. Sproul @Ligonier Ministries weighs in.

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So was I speaking and weeping in the most bitter contrition of my heart, when, lo! I heard from a neighbouring house a voice, as of boy or girl, I know not, chanting, and oft repeating. ‘Take up and read; Take up and read.’ [Tolle, lege! Tolle, lege!] Instantly, my countenance altered…

Aurelius Augustine Confessions VII.1