Feb 19

Links to Begin the Week

Link to a previous post on my blog

Two Reasons Why We Need to Know Who Killed Jesus

Links to things I’ve read recently

You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking.

The More Science, the More Reasonable the Pro-Life Position

I Learned It the Hard Way: Our Best Life Is Later

9 Things You Should Know About Pornography and the Brain

The Little Known Story of Olympian Eric Liddell’s Final Years

All Other Ground is Sinking Sand: A Portrait of Theological Disaster

Tell Me who I Am, O Enneagram

How to Teach Boys to Respect Women

What Christianity in China Is Really Like

Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

Links to books I’ve recently started

I usually have about 15 books going at once. These are ones that I have started in the last week. I often reread books that I find enlightening. I obviously don’t agree with every statement in these books. Often, I find books written by those without any Christian faith to be very stimulating as they are addressing issues that are faced by all people.

Randy Alcorn. Heaven. Reread

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Feb 12

Links to Begin the Week

Link to a previous post on my blog

The issue in not whether God is working in this world. The issue is whether you and I will be part of his work.

Links to things I’ve read recently

You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking.

The Effective Leader: Five Essential Habits

35 Truths That Have Changed My Life

Why I Thank God For My Painful Mid-Life Crisis

3 Ways to Pass on Faith to the Next Generation

The Benefits of Listening to the Elderly

Growing Old Graciously

Why Does Christianity Exalt the Human Body and Secularism Seek to Destroy It?: Nancy Pearcey

What We Lose If We Deny a Historical Adam

Who Brought the Gospel to Korea? Koreans Did.

The Power of De-Conversion Stories: How Jen Hatmaker is Trying to Change Minds About the Bible

Links to books I’ve recently started

I usually have about 15 books going at once. These are ones that I have started in the last week. I often reread books that I find enlightening. I obviously don’t agree with every statement in these books. Often, I find books written by those without any Christian faith to be very stimulating as they are addressing issues that are faced by all people.

Josh McDowell and Sean McDowell. Evidence That Demands a Verdict: Life-Changing Truth for a Skeptical World Hardcover. 2017 edition

You may give me feedback, suggest blog topics, or make any other comment to Bob@robertkrupp.com

Feb 05

Links to Begin the Week

Link to a previous post on my blog

What would we be like if we were like Jesus

Links to things I’ve read recently

You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking.

When Someone You Admire Does Something Disgusting

Two Strategies to Win the War on Lust

3 Reasons Why Younger Christians Should Attend the Funeral Services of Older Christians

10 Bible Reading Habits I’ve Learned from My Pastor

What it Means to Invest in Eternity

Chick-fil-A is always closed on Sunday… except when an ox falls into a pit

My Larry Nassar Testimony Went Viral. But There’s More to the Gospel Than Forgiveness.

5 Reasons I Shouldn’t Have Written a Book about Women and God

The Bubble Busting Spouse

An African country reckons with its history of selling slaves

5 Books That Will Make You Love The Reformation

Links to books I’ve recently started

I usually have about 15 books going at once. These are ones that I have started in the last week. I often reread books that I find enlightening. I obviously don’t agree with every statement in these books. Often, I find books written by those without any Christian faith to be very stimulating as they are addressing issues that are faced by all people.

I did not start any new books this week.

You may give me feedback, suggest blog topics, or make any other comment to Bob@robertkrupp.com

 

Jan 29

Links to Begin the Week

Link to a previous post on my blog

Three things that happen when you meet God

Links to things I’ve read recently

You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking.

Steve Duin: Life, death and Luis Palau

The Incredible Testimony as a Former Gymnast Confronts Her Sexual Abuser in Court

The Uncomfortable Subject Jesus Addressed More than Anyone Else

“Only Moderate Religion Is On the Decline”

Learning From Those Who Pray All Night

Islam—Facts or Dreams?

Why Young Christians Need Old Books

Science Is Giving the Pro-Life Movement a Boost

Only 4 Percent of Gen Z Have a Biblical Worldview

Links to books I’ve recently started

I usually have about 15 books going at once. These are ones that I have started in the last week. I often reread books that I find enlightening. I obviously don’t agree with every statement in these books. Often, I find books written by those without any Christian faith to be very stimulating as they are addressing issues that are faced by all people.

I did not start any new books this week.

You may give me feedback, suggest blog topics, or make any other comment to Bob@robertkrupp.com

Jan 22

Links to Begin the Week

Link to a previous post on my blog

When did a Canaanite prostitute show more faith than a Jewish man?

Links to things I’ve read recently

You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking.

Have Bible Quoters Replaced Bible Readers?

Why Has the Abortion Rate Declined?

How I Got Interested in Christianity

Aristotle on What’s Wrong with Today’s Movies

Requiring Pro-Life Clinics to Promote Abortion

Can We Make Peace With Abortion?

You Can’t Have Ethics Without Stories

12 Ideas You Must Embrace to Affirm Theistic Evolution

Preparing For Winter

Links to books I’ve recently started

I usually have about 15 books going at once. These are ones that I have started in the last week. I often reread books that I find enlightening. I obviously don’t agree with every statement in these books. Often, I find books written by those without any Christian faith to be very stimulating as they are addressing issues that are faced by all people.

I did not start any new books this week.

You may give me feedback, suggest blog topics, or make any other comment to Bob@robertkrupp.com

Jan 15

Links to Begin the Week

Link to a previous post on my blog

What should we learn from the parables about the kingdom?

Links to things I’ve read recently

You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking.

10 Ways to Write a Meaningful Card

The New Pro-Life Generation

Warnings Against the “Re-Moralization” of Sex 

Chinese authorities demolish well-known evangelical church

Does 1 Huge New Church in Egypt Make Up for Troubles with 24 Small Ones?

The Top 50 Countries Where It’s Most Dangerous to Follow Jesus

Low-Income Communities Are Struggling to Support Churches

The Exponential Growth of Classical Christian Education

Who Are You Without Your Props?

Speaking Faithful and True Words

It Doesn’t Get Any More Personal

Links to books I’ve recently started

I usually have about 15 books going at once. These are ones that I have started in the last week. I often reread books that I find enlightening. I obviously don’t agree with every statement in these books. Often, I find books written by those without any Christian faith to be very stimulating as they are addressing issues that are faced by all people.

Joseph Loconte. A Hobbit, a Wardrobe, and a Great War: How J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis Rediscovered Faith, Friendship, and Heroism in the Cataclysm of 1914-18.

You may give me feedback, suggest blog topics, or make any other comment to Bob@robertkrupp.com

Jan 08

Links to Begin the Week

Link to a previous post on my blog

Is there a right way to come to Jesus?

Links to things I’ve read recently

You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking.

Can We Have Hope When We “Ruin” Our Lives?

6 Cracks in a Secular Worldview

Aging Parents With Lots of Stuff, and Children Who Don’t Want It

A Fragile Biblical Text Gets a Virtual Read

I Couldn’t Call God ‘Father’: An Iranian woman’s journey of faith

CT’s 25 Most-Read Stories on the Persecuted Church

When Abortion Suddenly Stopped Making Sense

When Is My Child Mature Enough to Leave Home?

10 Rules to Read More Books This Year

Links to books I’ve recently started

I usually have about 15 books going at once. These are ones that I have started in the last week. I often reread books that I find enlightening. I obviously don’t agree with every statement in these books. Often, I find books written by those without any Christian faith to be very stimulating as they are addressing issues that are faced by all people.

Nancy R. Pearcey. Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions about Life and Sexuality Kindle Edition

You may give me feedback, suggest blog topics, or make any other comment to Bob@robertkrupp.com

 

Jan 01

Links to Begin the Week

Link to a previous post on my blog

Jesus’ Kingdom will start out small and the growth may not be obvious

Links to things I’ve read recently

You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking.

10000 Japanese singing Beethoven’s Ode to Joy in Osaka Japan – Oda a la alegría

8 Signs Your Christianity Is Too Comfortable

Why Our Expectations for Teens in the Church Are Way Too Low

War Against Fathers

Biblical Archaeology’s Top 10 Discoveries of 2017

The Top 10 Cold-Case Christianity Videos from 2017

I Married a Same-Sex Attracted Man. And I Am Blessed.

My Story: From Prison to Freedom, and What I’ve Learned about the Promise of the Gospel

Links to books I’ve recently started

I usually have about 15 books going at once. These are ones that I have started in the last week. I often reread books that I find enlightening. I obviously don’t agree with every statement in these books. Often, I find books written by those without any Christian faith to be very stimulating as they are addressing issues that are faced by all people.

Susan Cain. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking

Adam S. McHugh. Introverts in the Church: Finding Our Place in an Extroverted Culture

You may give me feedback, suggest blog topics, or make any other comment to Bob@robertkrupp.com

Dec 25

Links to Begin the Week

Link to a previous post on my blog

The blessed father of the faithful failed to be a blessing

Links to things I’ve read recently

You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking.

Spurgeon’s 15 Tips for a Deep and Effective Prayer Life

What Suffering People Wish You Would Do at Christmas

4 Times In Life You Should Expect To Face Temptation

The Surprising Limits of Natural Selection

That You May Believe

10 Christmas Carols Everyone Should Know

Beethoven’s Ninth: 10,000 singers for Japan’s Christmas song

10 Things You Should Know about St. Nicholas

Minimalism Isn’t the Key to Christmas. We need more than anti-consumerism for a healthy Christian holiday.

Becoming Minimalist’s Top Posts of 2017

Links to books I’ve recently started

I usually have about 15 books going at once. These are ones that I have started in the last week. I often reread books that I find enlightening. I obviously don’t agree with every statement in these books. Often, I find books written by those without any Christian faith to be very stimulating as they are addressing issues that are faced by all people.

Tim Dowley. Introduction to the History of Christianity

You may give me feedback, suggest blog topics, or make any other comment to Bob@robertkrupp.com

Dec 18

Links to Begin the Week

Link to a previous post on my blog

Simeon’s message of greatness and suffering

Links to things I’ve read recently

You should not assume that I agree with everything said in these articles but I did find them thought provoking.

What The News Does Not Report

What Made ‘Fixer Upper’ a Hit?

Pope Francis, The Lord’s Prayer, and Bible Translation

Angels in the Bible: What Do We Actually Know About Them?

Why You’ll Never Grieve Well without Hope

The Final Reality Is Here

God Has a Heart for the Vulnerable. Do You?

Two Marvelous Truths Help Me Say No to Sexual Sin

How Singleness Uniquely Reflects the Gospel

Christmas and Cricket: Rediscovering Two Lost C. S. Lewis Articles After 70 Years “A Christmas Sermon for Pagans” is quintessential Lewis at the height of his renown. “Cricketer’s Progress” is more of a mystery.

Links to books I’ve recently started

I usually have about 15 books going at once. These are ones that I have started in the last week. I often reread books that I find enlightening. I obviously don’t agree with every statement in these books. Often, I find books written by those without any Christian faith to be very stimulating as they are addressing issues that are faced by all people.

Trevin Wax. This Is Our Time: Everyday Myths in Light of the Gospel

You may give me feedback, suggest blog topics, or make any other comment to Bob@robertkrupp.com

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