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Between camps and conferences and letting the weeds grow in my garden, I haven’t had tons of extra reading time. I’ve bookmarked these articles over the past few weeks. I hope you find something that jumps out at you.
Bacon Facts: 10 Things You Seriously Never Knew About The Delicious Strips … at Little Things. I’ll be there’s at least one you didn’t know…or will wish you didn’t know.
Excuse Me While I Lather My Child in This Toxic Death Cream … at Today Parenting Team. Ever feel like you’re just not doing enough as a mom? Ever feel like the author of this piece when she says, “Can we just go ahead and say that everything everywhere is trying to kill us?” She’s not suggesting we give up trying to do what’s best, but she does encourage us to gain some perspective.
Thought Crime: German Police Raid Homes Of People Who Made ‘Hateful Postings’ On The Internet … at The Daily Wire. This article is from a few weeks ago, but I still think it’s worth knowing. Considering that much of what conservative Christians believe is considered ‘hateful’, makes this even scarier.
New Study: Liberal Theology Doesn’t Save Shrinking Congregations … at Answers in Genesis. It seems that churches are often encouraged to adopt a more ‘judgement free’ theology in order to grow. Interestingly, that may not only be wrong morally, but also untrue.
Progressive Christianity is as Much of a Threat to Your Kids’ Faith as Atheism … at Christian Mom Thoughts
As Christian parents, we must continually be vigilant. Threats to our kids’ faith aren’t always as obvious as the freeway billboards proclaiming “There is No God.” Providing kids with a foundation of apologetics, however, will give them the training of a discerning gardener ready to identify and uproot any kind of invader that shouldn’t exist alongside biblical truth.
Are You a Shrew? Take this Quiz to Find Out … at Girls Gone Wise. Did you ever see (or read) Shakespeare’s “Taming of the Shrew”? We watched the movie with Elizabeth Taylor during some of our literature studies. This article asks you to consider if you are a ‘shrew’ of a wife with six simple questions.
What stood out to you from these pieces?
*A brief disclaimer…I found these particular articles read-worthy. That doesn’t mean that I agree with or advocate everything on the site on which individual posts appear.