Favorite Finds Friday:
The following are a collection of articles, sites, podcasts, and other finds I have found this week that I thought I would recommend. I hope you find these especially encouraging and edifying in your walk with Christ.
Michelle Lesley explains the dangers of false teachers that women seem to flock to and why men rarely understand this draw to them.
Jessica Pickowicz is leading an online study in theology. This is week they are going to be studying bibliology. This is one of my favorite subgenres of theology, as you can probably tell from several articles I have posted on A Narrow-Minded Woman. Jess provides some links to some great resources in understanding the study of bibliology.
Kim Wine discusses lessons and how to study the Bible in a season of affliction and suffering.
This is one of the best articles revealing the lies of feminism I have read in a while. I HIGHLY recommend it.
Margaret Bronson discusses the hope-filled promise of the doctrine of glorification.
Brittany Allen explains how bad theology is harmful to people.
Dr. Jason Lisle is one of my favorite modern scientists. His research is always so facinating. If you haven’t checked out his brand new ministry, I highly encourage you do to so.
Denny Burk addresses the promotion and encouraged acceptance of polyamory starting to make waves in what professes to be “Christian” circles.
Did you know that woman played an integral part in the Reformation? They may be less well known for their part but they were invaluable. God calls women to a very different role than men but He has proven time and time again that women are just as valuable and useful in working out His will. Lady Jane Grey may be one of the most amazing young ladies to have ever lived.
Tim Challies has been working hard once again on some excellent infographics. This one is regarding the three most well known eschatological hypotheses.
Nate Pickowicz is offering his newest book for only $2.99 on Kindle from now through October in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. I highly recommend you downloading this book. It could give you a great way to explain to your Catholic friends and family why you are a Protestant.