This past week, I shared the following links on social media and I think they’re worth sharing here too:

Too Big to Fail? Doug Wilson, Ed Litton and the Moral Crisis of Church Tribalism

Janet Mefferd discusses why so many folks are willing to give big names a pass on significant issues.

The Clear and Present Danger of Social Media Out of Control

Albert Mohler gets into the news this week about Facebook and Instagram. This one is a double-edged sword. We see the danger in terms of exploitation, trafficking, body image issues, etc. The “other side” will add in transphobia, homophobia, etc. as additional harms threatening young people on social media.

Children and the Lord’s Supper

Paedocommunion is contrary to the Reformed confessions. Yet men who claim to be confessionally Reformed are not only holding to it, but promoting it. We need more resources like this one.

An Annotated Reformed Reading List

Dr. R. Scott Clark has some great recommendations for building a library.

Sodom’s Destruction Discovered? The Archeological Evidence, and Chronological Quandry

Did you see that news story a couple of weeks ago about an archaeological find that was touted as being possibly supportive of what the Bible teaches about the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah? David Gadbois finds the evidence to be at least promising.

Disturbing Outcome to Landmark Trans Case

This story out of Western Australia is alarming, for sure. A teenager was removed from the parental home after identifying as transgender.

“I’m Sad”

Scott Bredenhof: “One night at the supper table our kids were taking turns praying before we started the meal. Moments earlier our second youngest daughter had been kicking and screaming because she didn’t get to sit beside her sister. Consequently, she didn’t feel like praying so I attempted to convince her that God still wanted to hear from her even if she was angry. Through sniffles and snobs she prayed: “Father Heaven, I’m sad. Amen.””