Around the Web (8/28)
- Several Restoration History volumes are on sale (limited time) for $0.99 – Alexander Campbell: A Collection, Abner Jones: A Collection, The Oliphant-Smith Debate: On The Existence of God, On Morality, and On Evolution, Toils and Struggles of the Olden Times: The Autobiography of Elder Samuel Rogers, Sketches of Our Pioneers: A Brief Restoration Movement History.
- Justin Davis rightly warns, “Every marriage fights against the same enemy. If you are married you will fight this enemy today. No, this enemy isn’t your spouse…it is you.”
- Hebrews 1:3 says of Jesus, “When He had made purification for sins, He sat down at the right hand of the Majesty on high.” What does that last phrase mean? Andy Sochor explores.
- Wes McAdams reveals why he deleted Facebook and Twitter from his phone.
- Doy Moyer provides a short, but important reminder about the nature of love, faith, and obedience.
- Dene Ward recounts the day she decided to taste a strained-out grape to see what was left in it. “I should have known—it was duller and several shades paler than its original shiny purple-black, and loose as a deflated balloon. How did it taste? Like sour nothingness. Maybe that’s what happens to us when we steep ourselves in the world.”