Laudable Linkage

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Here are a few good reads discovered this week.

But I Begged God.

There Is a Better Way to Experience Sexuality, and Christian Parents Need to Be Talking About It. In response to a popular teen magazine telling young girls how to have anal sex and assuring them it’s “normal.”

Five “Fake News” Stories That People Believe About Early Christianity, HT to Challies.

The Advice Young Moms Really Do Need.

Hospitality Is Not Just For Home, HT to Jessica.

3 Reasons Preachers Shouldn’t Publicly Contradict a Bible Translation. Though this is addressed to preachers, I think some of the advice is good for all of us. I’ve seen people be very offensive and abrasive over their chosen version and just kill opportunities for any more meaningful conversations.

Anticipating the Right-Side Up World Through Imagination.

Christians Sharing Fake News. Though this is from over a year ago and the specific stories are no longer going around, the advice in the latter part of the article is invaluable, especially “Don’t Post What You Can’t Confirm.” The Bible has a lot to say about false witnesses.

And, finally, these were the weighty words of wisdom from a recent fortune cookie that had me scratching my head: šŸ™‚

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Happy Saturday!

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2 thoughts on “Laudable Linkage

  1. Amen on the last “Christians Sharing Fake News especially. Truth or Fiction is a good source to check items out. Thank you Barbara for sharing these links with us. Laudable Linkage is one of my favorites of many with your blog. May the Father bless you for the encouragement & edification you bring with each post.

  2. I always get so many tabs open when I read these posts of yours šŸ™‚ Interesting on all the fake news stuff. Facebook is full of it, and in conversations I’ve had with people, many seem to believe it all (“I saw it on Facebook!”)

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