Observing the Interweb: “Little” Faults, 2013 TGC Conference, Apple Worship, Beaver-fish?, Virtue, and a few videos…

Forgive Us These Faults – Tim Keller offers some centuries-old advice on how the every-day faults of every-day Christians can hinder Gospel witness and reveal a lack of Spiritual fruit in on lives.

2013 TGC Conference Commuters rejoice! All, and I mean ALL, the audio and video media from the 2013 Gospel Coalition Conference is now available. Enjoy.

Apple Worship – A great post on glorifying God in our use of technology. So, so important in our daily lives.

The Beaver-fish – Many centuries ago, the Catholic church deemed beavers safe for lenten consumption.Click the link to find our why.

“You Ain’t Ruined” – An thought-provoking post about virtue vs. virginity minus some of the ultimate conclusions we might desire:

The sexual mores of my own conservative evangelical culture are often described as “Victorian” and sometimes justifiably so. The questions being raised from both within and without this community about the meaning and value of virginity and “purity” within a more holistic approach to healthy and virtuous sexuality are important ones. They aren’t new—but they are always worth examination.

The Artistry of Creation:

It’s Not About the Nail:

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One Response to Observing the Interweb: “Little” Faults, 2013 TGC Conference, Apple Worship, Beaver-fish?, Virtue, and a few videos…

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