Five to Live By
Linking you to the top 5 Christian blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living.
Pastor Steve Cornell has a lengthy post—and it’s all worth reading—on confronting in love. I appreciate the way Pastor Steve blends truth/love, Scripture/soul, and relates truth to life. I think you will too in Even if I Caused You Sorrow.
Give Them Grace
Pastor Tullian Tchividjian shares his Foreword to Elyse Fitzpatrick new book Give Them Grace. Elyse co-authored the book with her daughter—that’s awesome. I’ve read the book and concur with Tullian—you have to buy it. I’ll be posting a review of it soon at the Biblical Counseling Coalition.
Wright on Hawking
This has to be a first for me with Five to Live By: linking you to the Washington Post. But there’s a grand reason. N. T. Wright responds to Stephen Hawking’s recent comments about heaven. Read it and learn What Stephen Hawking Doesn’t Understand about Heaven.
For the Readers Among Us
Tim Challies has a lengthy post based upon research he did of where Evangelicals are buying books. Fascinating (at least to me as a reader and buyer and reviewer and writer of books). Read about our reading in Where and Why We Buy Books.
Fear and the Brain
My good friend, Phil Monroe, has a great post about the Physiology of Fear.
Join the Conversation
Which post impacted you the most? Why? What blog posts have you enjoyed this week that you want to share with others?