Friday, December 26, 2014

Five Links I Have Enjoyed -- Dec 26, 2014

In this first link, Dane Ortlund shows us five things Jonathan Edwards teaches about the Christian life. I love how he reminds the reader that reading Jonathan Edwards is not for historians and professors, and shows how everyone can apply Edwards' teachings.

In this story, NOBTS professor David Roach shows how Matthew and Luke are complementary and make different points about Jesus birth.

I found this article from the Wall Street Journal showing how science is increasingly making the case for God interesting. (Update on this link: a friend shared this on Facebook, and I got the entire article when I clicked her link, but apparently it's behind a subscriber wall. My apologies. I heard on twitter you might try Googling the title: "Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God" . Try it!)

There have been a lot of people asking: Did Someone Else Write the Works of Shakespeare? Did they? Ken Jennings says no.

Finally, here is Denny Burk's list of the best YouTube videos of 2014.

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