How Memorization Feeds Your Imagination.
This is the first of 5 posts in which Joe Carter gives us tools to improve our ability to memorize Scripture. “By the time this series is complete, you’ll be able to memorize short lists, such as the Ten Commandments. You will learn techniques for the memorization of long and detailed lists. At the end, you will have memorized—and be able to recall—thirty key events from the fifty chapters of Genesis.”
Four Unthinkable Conversations
This creative piece by John Knight shows the lunacy of aborting babies who test positive for disabilities in the womb. He goes further, saying that such abortions actually serve as strong evidence for discrimination against the disabled. Knight follows up to explain that these babies must be met with protective legislation.
Which Comes First–The Race or the Arrest?
“When asked whether it mattered that Garner was black and all the officers on the scene were white, New York Police Commissioner William Bratton said, ‘I personally don’t think race was a factor.’ But it’s not that simple.” Bethany Jenkins goes on to explore implicit racial biases. She explains how those can lead to unfair policing, and how the gospel is the solution.
Stand with Barronelle Stutzman.
Washington’s attorney general offered to settle with the Christian florist he filed a lawsuit against, but she didn’t bite. Read her stirring response in which she courageously stands for truth and freedom. Then stand up with her.