Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Around the Web and Blogosphere (7/1/09)

Scott at These are the Generations of….. has a post on doing family worship that will be very helpful for those that have come to the realization that this is to be an integral part of the life of their family. In his post, How do we actually DO Family Worship and Devotions?, he touches on: Prayer; The Bible; Bible reading plans; Memory verses; Catechisms; Workbook studies; Hymnals, songbooks, & audio CDs; & Family questions.

As I have been writing on Christians and public schools there is a link at the NCFIC site to an article by David d'Escoto entitled: Is it a sin to send our kids to public school? I would encourage you to read the article. There is also a link in the article that deals with the myth of Christian parents sending their children to public schools to be “Salt and Light.” Here is the link in case you missed it or want to go right to the article: Salt & Light, The Great Commission & Who's Responsible for Educating Your Children

American Vision's latest post, Can’t Happen Here, is well worth reading. As the government promises more it gains more control and we need to see how this has ended up in the past. The old saying, Those who don’t know history are destined to repeat it, is so true but I would add that in our current day and age one needs to sift through the history they learn to get the whole story. For believers we have hope as we do not simply learn from history but we are to do so by the light of His word and the realization that God is the God of history, not apart from history.

Geoff Botkin’s article, What Hath Darwin Wrought?:Britain’s Totalitarian Scientist Class Throws a Party, provides insight into the totalitarianism of the scientific community. The article deals with Britain but they are just a microcosm of a much bigger community that we in the US are not immune from. Many in the professing church have accepted Darwinian Evolution and acquiesced to these supposedly “smarter men of science.” with the result being that the Gospel is greatly diminished as light has not place playing with darkness.

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