Sunday afternoon reading

For a long time now I have read 30-40 books a year (or more of their small). This habit started in Seminary, and since I made Seminary last longer than most the habit stuck. But, not everyone likes to read books, so I like to put some links to articles I come across to spur both reading and thinking.

Here’s a couple of articles for today:

The Deep Breath Before the Plunge

David French is one of the most Christian & conservative journalists in America. His recent article The Deep Breath Before the Plunge, gives insight and hope for the coming election season.

https://frenchpress.thedispatch.com/p/the-deep-breath-before-the-plunge

The Genesis of Modern Missions

Andrew Fuller is one of the most influential missionaries in modern history, and he was a Baptist! In case you haven’t heard of him, here’s a little introduction:

https://ftc.co/resource-library/blog-entries/andrew-fuller-and-the-genesis-of-modern-missions/

If you’re looking for something to read, here a list of what I’m working through right now:

Amusing ourselves to death by Neil Postman. I’m rereading this as our staff works through it.

Gentle and Lowly by Dane Ortlund. I’m only a few chapters in, but it’s already one I’m sure I’ll recommend for years

Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport. Started it today… I’ll update you later

The Apostles Creed by Al Mohler. I’m teaching through the Apostles Creed on Wednesday’s at HBC, this has been fun to read as a part of my study.

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