Here's a great piece on the comfort that comes from knowing God is impassible, that He doesn't experience disordering passions like we do. It is an excellent rejection of modern theology's desire for a God who is like us, vulnerable and who suffers with us. Instead it advocates for the classical doctrine of God as a solid anchor beyond our difficulties. I was delighted to find the author is a professor at the seminary I graduated from. Good things happening, there!
In defining marriage against the same-sex push today, this is spot on.
This is a fun satire on the new government regulation of the internet.
"Though you become greatly sanctified by the Holy Ghost, expect that the great dog of hell will bark at you [tempt you] still"
- Charles Spurgeon, Morning and Evening, Feb. 20