As well as reading a lot of books, I also read a ton of articles every week. Here are some of the articles that I’ve read recently and have found interesting, helpful, challenging and encouraging. I hope that they will be the same for you, my dear readers…

Is the Son of God Eternally Subordinate to the Father?

I’ve come across ESS (the Eternal Subordination of the Son) a number of times these past two weeks. Here’s a helpful article on the issue.

Building Blasphemy?

I completely forgot about this building. Here’s an interesting perspective from Thomas Creedy on the matter.

THREE TYPES OF PEOPLE WHO WON’T LAST IN A DEPRIVED COMMUNITY

Really helpful article about some of the attitudes of people who won’t last in ministry to the poor.

Complementarity Must Be Divorced From Culture

Our views about masculinity and femininity must be shaped by the Bible, not by a certain cultural perspective. Complementarity Must Be Divorced From Culture

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The Post-Reformation Digital Library

Here’s an interesting site where you can find a good number of older books online for free to download and read.

Give Kids Music that Makes Much of Jesus

Sarah Prime recommends a children’s cd that teaches the gospel with every song.

Would Jesus be Prosecuted for Hate Speech?

David Robertson has written this helpful article touching on the new Hate Crime bill that’s been a much debated issue in Scotland in recent weeks.

Ethics for the Digital Age: Defining and Pursuing the Good for Our Good

A helpful wee 15 minute recording about ethics in a digital age. Tracker’s book “The Age of AI” is a really good read.

Subject to a better offer?

Here’s an article that highlights just a few reasons why Christians should gather together with their local church family. This is important to remember as churches start to open up again.