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Looking some good reading this weekend? Here are several worthwhile links on theology, church history, current events, and more.

Why Our Children Don’t Think There Are Moral Facts


This article discusses how are being taught flawed, if not false, definitions of fact and opinion. Objective morality finds itself firmly in the category of opinion according to public school curriculum, and the consequences will be dire. Just as noteworthy as the topic is the source. This piece exposing the pending consequences of rampant moral relativism in our schools comes not from a preacher or a Christian news website. It originally appeared in the opinion section of the New York Times. Read This Important Article

Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices

This work by Puritan Thomas Brooks is among the best books I’ve read in recent memory. In it, Brooks provides keen insight into our temptations to sin and outlines multiple practical steps we can take to avoid and overcome these temptations. While it provides great help in turning from sin, it also is a great encouragement in turning towards God. It is remarkably readable, incredibly relevant to our daily lives, and is strongly recommended. You can pickup a paperback of Precious Remedies or download a free eBook edition.

The Christian soldier shall ever be master of the day…He may suffer death, but never conquest.

Church History for Kids has dozens of short biographies of great Christian men and women. Written for the benefit of children, these are also great overviews for adults. Each one includes applicable Bible verses and discussion questions to help your kids get even more from the stories of these remarkable lives. Here are a few of the many stories available:

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Clayton Kraby
Written by Clayton Kraby
I'm a Pastor in North Dakota and created to help make theology accessible for the everyday Christian. You can find me on Twitter @ClayKraby.