This past week, I shared the following links on social media and I think they’re worth sharing here too:
Some Christians object to COVID-19 vaccines on the basis that they were developed using cell lines from aborted babies. However, as this article points out, it is difficult to avoid pharmaceutical products that have been tested or developed using these cell lines. A hospital system in Arkansas wants those claiming exemptions from COVID vaccines to be consistent. Personally, I find Albert Mohler’s reasoning on this issue to be sound.
Here’s a new translation of an old, old essay by Reformed theologian Herman Bavinck. It’s exciting to see more of his work being translated.
If you’re serious about being a disciple of Christ, have you tried reading the Puritans? Goodwin might not be the best author with whom to start (I’d nominate Thomas Watson), yet he IS a good example of how the Puritans combined head and heart in a powerful, edifying way.
This one will get you thinking. And no, the one reason isn’t fear.
The law/gospel distinction in Reformed theology is essential. Shane Lems shares a great excerpt from Edward Fisher’s The Marrow of Modern Divinity.
21 weeks and one day. Wow!