Morning Mashup 02/12

A mashup of articles for your information, edification, and enjoyment.

I’m Happy to Talk with Dr. Phil – Thabiti Anyabwile is feeling the heat of discernment bloggers and those critical of his social justice emphases, particularly his support of the Black Lives Matter movement. His response to such criticism has been gracious, balanced, and truthful.

Against Mission Drift – And here is Phil Johnson’s response to Anyabwile’s response.

1-on-1 with Jerry Bridges – The Church at Trace Crossing has been studying Jerry Bridges’ The Pursuit of Holiness on Wednesday nights. Here is a great interview with Bridges about life, books, writing, and more.

81 Ways to Live an Interesting Life – Entirely subjective, but incorporating some of these things into your life will definitely make it interesting.

Disability Does Not Justify Abortion – John Knight offers great thoughts on why the Zika virus should not lead to more abortions.

The Difference Christianity Could Make in a City – Tim Keller on Redeemer Presbyterian Church’s influence in New York City and how Christianity impacts life in the city.

Why Be a Single-Issue Voter in Presidential Politics – Denny Burk on the importance and place of single-issue voting.

Most Women Oppose Registering for the Draft – A recent poll shows a majority of women in opposition to having to register for the draft.

All-Time NBA Rank – ESPN ranked the top 50 NBA players of all time. Pretty solid list, in my opinion. How would your list differ?

$5 Friday at Ligonier – It’s Friday, which means the good people at Ligonier are offering great resources on marriage, apologetics, and free will for just five bucks.

During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.

— George Orwell

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