True justice is not merely the justice that assigns a punishment, but the justice that makes the wrong right. -Albert Mohler (via The Briefing), speaking on the judge’s ruling in the Bernie Madoff trial, noting that any form of human justice can never be fully adequate.
Monthly Archives: June 2011
Here’s another project that I worked on in the past: a standalone application for scripture memory. TMS Assistant The idea for the application was spawned by the TMS (Topical Memory System)–a Navigator package of bible verses (grouped categorically) intended for scripture memory. It really is a great toolset, having a good variety of worth committing… Read more »
This is a fantastic series of interviews of John Knight, a man who experienced the birth of child born blind (with further complications to be made known). The videos focus on John Knight’s story through the struggle and pain. They are very raw and emotional videos. There are three parts to the interview. They’re not… Read more »
A friend and I recently both prepared and gave short talks to each other with the purposes of encouraging one another and ultimately, to bring glory to God. Here’s my talk, which goes through the book of Job and looks at God’s sovereignty throughout it. Ross Bender – God’s Sovereignty in the Book of Job… Read more »
I read an interesting article the other day on taking notes while hearing a sermon. It’s a thought provoking read. Personally, I’ve been on both sides of this. In the past I have taken notes and found it to be beneficial. However, over the past 6 months or so I’ve transitioned to not taking notes…. Read more »