It never hurts to be reminded of The Prophetic Word that serves as the bedrock of our faith. So Mike Ratliff’s post in Possessing the Treasure should give you welcome refreshment as it reiterates Scripture’s value in keeping us tethered to the truth.
Confessing your sin in a blog post requires great humility. In An Intentional Life on her Growing 4 Life blog, Leslie A shows such humility in order to teach us principles for walking in the Spirit.
Writing for Logos Talk, Amber Smith admits I Didn’t Think I Could Learn Much from the Puritans. I Was Wrong to introduce us to the idea that the Puritans actually have things to teach 21st Century Christians. Although the article closes by advertising books on Logos software, I include it here in hopes of getting you interested in the Puritans.
Concerns about Joni Eareckson Tada are generally not well received. Yet some of us see little things about her that, although they don’t make her a false teacher, properly raise questions about the trustworthiness of her theology. Tom, at excatholic4christ, looks at one disturbing point in Throwback Thursday: Popular and influential evangelical, Joni Eareckson Tada, endorses ecumenical “First Things”.
If you missed the chance to roll your eyes at Beth Moore’s disingenuous Instagram video, visit The End Time to read The Unspeakable Pride of False Teachers by Elizabeth Prata. This essay examines the false humility of advertising one’s supposedly unglamorous lifestyle.