Favorite Finds Friday: 10-27-17
Friday Favorite Finds

Favorite Finds Friday: 10-27-17

Favorite Finds Friday:

10-20-17

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.

Vlog: The 5 Tests of False Doctrine

Did Jesus Ever Label or Exclude Anyone?

What Does the Roman Catholic Church Believe About Justification?

7 Ways to Encourage Your Pastor

Navigating the Difficult Roads

God Calls Us to Be Holy, Not Happy

 

Favorite Finds Friday: 10-27-17

Recommended Podcasts of the Week

ACBC: TIL 121 : Myths About Biblical Counseling And Medication (13:12)

The Alisa Childers Podcast: Podcast #9—Sex and Abortion in the Roman Empire: How Did Early Christians Respond? (31:37)

Thankful Homemaker: Delighting in Being a Worker at Home (12:31)

Women’s Hope Podcast: Ep. 62: Peace! | Fruit of the Spirit Series No. 3 (35:46)

5 Minutes in Church History: The Bondage of the Will (5:00)

5 Minutes in Church History: Luther on Psalm 118 (5:00)

5 Minutes in Church History: Luther and the Bible (5:00)

5 Minutes in Church History: Martin & Katie (5:00)

5 Minutes in Church History: January 1546 (5:00)

5 Minutes in Church History: Last 4 Sermons (5:00)

5 Minutes in Church History: February 18, 1546 (5:00)

 

Favorite Finds Friday: 10-27-17

 

 

Reformation Links

Since October 31st marks the day that we celebrate the beginning of the Protestant Reformation and since this year marks the 500th anniversary, we will see many articles written about this monumental day in history. Each week this month, I will likely share several articles I have found regarding this movement that continues today. I will separate these from the rest of my recommended articles just to make them easier to find.

The Great-Grandfather of the Reformation

Christ Alone

John Calvin and the Doctrine of Irresistible Grace

History of the Reformation (7 Free eBooks)

 

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  • Thanks. I always heard that holy vs happy thing and have repeated it – yet, lately revisited the joy found in Scripture – starting with those angels yelling to the shepherds: good news of great joy – meant for all. so i’m rethinking it – joy is deeper, perhaps, but just like us, God loves His children happy. and our holiness makes us both happy.

  • What a treasure trove of resources! Checking some out. Thanks.

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  • You’ve collated so many wonderful resources here. It’s lovely to have so much in one place. Thank you so much for sharing, and for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link Party.