Favorite Finds Friday: 06-16-17
Friday Favorite Finds

Favorite Finds Friday: 06-16-17

Due to a bit of a hectic schedule this week, I decided to do something a little different. Instead of a Bible study or theological article, I have decided to share some articles and videos with you that I have found this week to be edifying and helpful.

As you know, I listen to a lot of podcasts and read a lot of blogs so, here are just a few of the stars that I found this week.

Platypus: The Mystery MammalFriday Favorite Finds: 06-16-17

As a kid, I had a book about the platypus and I became fascinated by them. This article from Answers in Genesis shares intriguing facts and points us to God’s amazing handiwork in this unique animal.

Don’t Ever Be Cavalier About the Truth of God

Dr. RC Sproul is one of my all-time favorite preachers/teachers. In this short clip, he explains why studying doctrine is so vital and the root of Christianity. So much so that the debate on the importance of knowing solid doctrine goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden.

Recognizing the Holy Spirit’s Work Today

“…too much concentration focuses on the subjective experience of the Spirit rather than the broader dimensions of His reality. So the present article focuses first on the objective work of the Spirit, and then on His subjective work.”

Friday Favorite Finds: 06-16-17More Than Mere Opinion

Debbie is an amazing woman and a wonderful writer/teacher. I highly recommend all women read and deeply consider what she writes. This article discusses how we often soften the offensive teachings of Scripture by claiming they are our “opinion” or “interpretation.” The recent interaction between Sen. Bernie Sanders and Russell Vought reminded Debbie that the clear doctrines of Scripture are more than mere opinion.

Simple A’s for Common Bible Translation Q’s

My friend Marc Minter has been posting some Q & A’s regarding textual criticism. I spoke about this topic a few posts ago. It is a fascinating topic and Marc answers two of the most common questions people ask when first approaching this topic.

I hope you found these recommendations interesting and beneficial. If this is something you are interested in me doing more often, please let me know in the comments below. Have a great weekend and I will see you back here on Monday for another great hymn.