This week’s edition of ‘worth noting’ – the kind of semi-regular, catch-all posts of interesting things of the week at this blog – is devoted to the sobering reality of sin. Specifically, whether or not we take it as seriously as we should in our lives as Christians living in an on-going battle with sin, in the midst of a sinful world.
Al Mohler looks at the response to the on-going story of Roman Polanski.
Russ Moore looks at another timely story of public sin – Letterman’s mea culpa.
Tony Reinke offers some thoughts at an awkward moment at a Christian Counseling conference, pondering why we laugh at sin. Justin Taylor ponders the same event.
Timmy Brister has begun a series of blog posts on the theme of repentance. Here’s what he has so far:
- Continual Repentance
- Enlarging Repentance
- Gospel-Driven Repentance
- On-Going Repentance
- True Repentance
- Repentance to the Glory of God
Finally, here is a helpful post at the TravelBlog on taking a natural desire for newness (which often leads us to given into sin) and transforming it as a help in the fight against sin.
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