It's OK. You can read a digital book instead of a physical book.
I know the latest news report suggests that such an innocent activity can possibly rewire your brain. But that's OK.
Even without the news reports, you've certainly felt the vague and ephemeral hint that digital reading has some serious limitations. But even such limitations are OK.
You see, my fellow Christian, all kinds of things in life can rewire your brain. The real question is: are
Recently I was asked my recommendations for "solid" and "accessible" materials for "...a list of books to begin forming a church library for a congregation that is slowly and steadily reforming..."
I hope this is list meets both of those requirements.
The Baptist Confession of Faith & The Baptist Catechism http://www.amazon.com/London-Baptist.../dp/1599252457
The Orthodox Catechism
Updated 03-25-2014 at 09:28 PM by eqdj (Updated for Simplicity and Kindle users)
Last Thursday, pastor Shawn Mathis, of Providence OPC in Denver, presented an irenic critique of the family integrated church movement which was well-received by a crowd of ministers, elders and families outside of Chicago. Presbytery of the Midwest's Christian Education Committee invited him to speak on this growing issue among their churches. His informative and in-depth lecture included a question and answer session.
Labeled a Pastoral Response to the Family Integrated Church Movement,
I spoke to the Elders about leaving their 1689 church - my convictions about Associationalism and Independency had become too much for my conscious to bear.
Before I was a Christian I was baptised and confirmed in Roman Catholic tradition and then in Assembly of God denomination. After I became a Christian I first attended a Vineyard Fellowship and then attended Calvary Chapel Fellowship. After I became Calvinistic I started visiting Calvinistic denominations. At this same time
Updated 03-20-2014 at 01:42 PM by eqdj
The Presbytery of the Mid-West of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church is hosting a talk on the family integrated church movement by Denver Pastor Shawn Mathis . The seminar will be March 20, at 7PM, at New Covenant Community Church in New Lenox, Illinois. It will be one hour long with a thirty-minute question and answer session.
The author's talk will include the positive and negative aspects of the 800-church-strong movement that rejects Sunday schools and other youth programs. Having