Roundup That Matters

This roundup is because there are some articles I want to read, but don’t have time to do so for today. So you may actually read them before I do.

The Fearful Pastor — I’m more and more impressed with Paul Tripp. He has a lot to say to those of us in the ministry and to say to you as well so that you understand your pastors. I recently purchased Tripp’s book Dangerous Calling, which is about those called to be pastors. But I’m not so excited about reading it right now.

A Case for Infant Baptism — my friend Heath Cross has been studying the subject for years and put together a summary of his findings on the subject and how he came to accept the position.

Romans 7 and the Normal Christian Life — Kim Riddlebarger has been putting out excellent work for years on the Christian life. I suspect this one will be worth reading as well.

Is It Ever Acceptable to Express Anger with God — Another one that I need to read. If life doesn’t turn out like we hope, there can be a lot of anger and bitterness in our hearts if we don’t have a steadfast understanding of God’s purpose in our lives and His sovereignty.

OK, will read more later.

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  1. We should also give some consideration to just how deeply PEDs are now ingrained in American life and culture. I know a guy (I’m sure you know someone just like him) who constantly berates me for being a Yankees fan. He’s always griping about A-Rod’s ridiculous contract (BTW–I agree with him), and how the Yankees “buy pennants” (something which, if true, isn’t working very well of late).

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