Simmer Starters – January 29, 2016

January 29, 2016


Fairy Tales Could Be Older Than You Ever Imagined (Erin Blakemore) – Did you know that some fairy tales (in older versions) may have been around since before the Flood??  Considering we know very little about the world before the Flood, it kind of changes your perception, doesn’t it?

The New Sexual World Order is So Confusing (George Fields) – I found this article to be a hilarious example of how much confusion there is now that people are rejecting God’s constructs for marriage and gender. There is no consistency on values.

“Hospice Babies” (Cori Salchert) – A beautiful look at a family that has chosen to undertake a heart-rending mission – adopting and caring for small babies with life-threatening or terminal diagnoses.  I love the mom’s faith and how she trusts in God to use even the hardest circumstances in life for God’s glory.  The second time I read this it brought me to tears…so…don’t miss this one. <3

Learning Humility with Bob Ross (K.M. Carroll) – I enjoyed this article by my friend Kessie, about how it’s best to start learning with an open mind.  “A know-it-all will never learn, because they know it all. Whereas the more you learn, the more you realize you have to learn.”

G.K. Chesterton Turns 4 Objections to Christianity Upside-Down (Trevin Wax) – Heh, I love this.

Haters (Nancy Ann Wilson) – “If you love the right things, you will necessarily hate those things that threaten it. Do you love your liberty? Then you hate tyranny. Do you love the baby in the womb? Then you hate abortion. Do you love marriage? Then you hate adultery, fornication, and sodomy. Do you love the truth? Then you hate falsehood.”

Christian Fantasy and Magic (Nathan Lumbatis) – Eeeeep, this article made me geek out so hard. 😀

One comment

  1. The New Sexual World Order was great – thanks for sharing. He nailed the ridiculous nonsense that is modern thinking.

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