In order to finish our study of the fear of man in Proverbs promptly, I’m mostly just going to list references for you to look at by clicking my links and using your eyeballs. I will comment on some verses that do not appear to belong. Most of what I wanted to say philosophically and doctrinally has already been said in my previous three posts though. Continue reading “Concerning the Fear of Man, IV: Concluding the Proverbial Word Study”
The latest work of Disney’s Pixar Animation Studio is Inside Out, a movie which focuses on our emotions and how they interact with our daily lives, set inside the mind of a growing pre-teenage girl named Riley. Continue reading “Another Look at Disney Pixar’s Inside Out”
A Proverbial word study is a word study through the book of Proverbs. Thanks for asking. Only as we saw last time, an actual word study may not be as effective as a more general concept study. We already know how the book of Proverbs lands on the issue of the fear of man. Consider Proverbs 29:25 and Proverbs 1:7: Continue reading “Concerning the Fear of Man, III: A Proverbial Word Study”
By now everyone who could possibly view this blog has heard of the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges. Now one of the leading nations in the world has joined the first generation in world history to redefine marriage to apply to same sex couples. But that is not what I want to write about today. Today I want to write something brief about one Christian response to the court’s decision. Continue reading “Douglas Wilson Is Totally Legit”
I apologize for the title image, but jokes involving Thomas the Tank Engine and actual brooks are practically obligatory when talking about Thomas Brooks.
And now for something completely different: A review of a movie review.
It’s summer! School is out and the weather’s great. For most of us, what we would like to do is curl up in a little ball and spend our time in bed with our best friends Youtube and Netflix. For me, I would consider myself part of that population. I love to lounge around with friends and watch random videos in groggy hot weather. Continue reading “Some Summer Reading, Part III: Calvin’s List”