“Either make the tree good and its fruit good, or make the tree corrupt and its fruit corrupt; for the … Continue reading Index of the Heart
“It is easier to see how God blesses the world through farmers and milkmaids than through Madison Avenue advertising executives … Continue reading Lawful Vocations?
Richard Baxter writes (this is not a blanket-endorsement of Baxter, nor a promotion of him as a true Christian; like … Continue reading Avoidance of Wanton Objects
Here are some excerpts from Timothy Dwight’s (1752-1817)  comments on the stage (here the word “stage,” I think, would … Continue reading Comments on the Stage
A poetic riff of sorts about the ongoing holocaust of murdering babies: Euphemisms and pretexts for grisly murder. Ghoulish reveries … Continue reading Ghoulish Reveries
“Fools make a mock at sin” (Proverbs 14:9). I am not endorsing or promoting George Swinnock as a true Christian … Continue reading Fools Mock at Sin
I recently read an author who spoke of the outright cheapening of marriage through easy, no-fault divorce (he also mentioned … Continue reading Fashionable-Yet-Wicked