Saturday Links

Saturday Links

Links for your weekend reading:

A Review of Adam and the Genome

Adam is a hot topic these days. More and more he seems the focal point of both dispute about the doctrine of creation in the church, as well as the faith/science tension throughout our culture.

Old Testament Headed to Extinction, Emory Theologian Warns

“The key insight for saving the language that is the Old Testament, and maybe the only hope for its continued existence, is regular and repeated use.”

The Surprising Power of Little Things

Sure, in and of themselves, most of the things you and I do are little but that doesn’t make them insignificant. In fact, it’s the cumulative effect of little things that shape our future.

A Priority to Rest?

With the end in site, Jesus did not neglect the need to detach from labor.

Why Pastors Should Work Hard to Write Well

Isn’t the pastor’s job to preach sermons, do hospital visits, and spend time with the people? Why does writing matter?

Beating Bitterness

While most of us already know that harboring bitterness is a sin, what many of us don’t know is how to effectively address it in a gospel way.
Here are a few suggestions to help.

Quietness Vs. Prominence

Quietness of heart before God is more powerful than prominence of position among men.
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Darryl Dash

Darryl Dash

I'm a grateful husband, father, oupa, and pastor of Grace Fellowship Church Don Mills. I love learning, writing, and encouraging. I'm on a lifelong quest to become a humble, gracious old man.
Toronto, Canada