Saturday, January 10, 2015

Five Links I Have Enjoyed -- Jan 10, 2015

The first link I want to share this morning is from Danny Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary where I attend. He is in SE Asia right now visiting students who are part of the 2+2 program at SEBTS. In this post, he shares why he visits the students in the field every year, and really exemplifies why I am so thankful for his leadership here at Southeastern.

Next, Ray Van Neste ponders some of the parallels between Noah and Adam.

In a guest post on Tim Challies' blog, Tony Merida reminds us that good doctrine wins people, not arguments. Also, for more on this topic, see Dr. Merida's new book: Ordinary: How To Turn The World Upside Down.

In this post, Jon Bloom reminds us that our joy doesn’t spring from Jesus giving us what we want but Jesus being what we want.

Any finally, homonyms and contractions vs. possessive pronouns are among the terms that confuse many people. Here's help in keeping them straight. 40 words to stop misusing.

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