Here are a few thoughts for my friends in the Gospel Coalition:
Lutzer, the longtime pastor of Moody Church in Chicago, has made an important contribution to our understanding of Nazi Germany.
Hitler’s Cross is a troubling account of how moral decay and timidity results in disaster. And the disaster, as was the case in Nazi Germany, is usually far more reaching than we could ever imagine.
I appreciated this book very much except for the author’s desire to tie Nazi ideology to a certain view of end times. For those who don’t hold to dispensational theology, they might be tempted to write the author off, and thus would sadly miss an important book.
Tough, tender, and something we will all face:
My interview with the author of Spurgeon’s Sorrows:
Well, maybe not quite, but Dostoevsky was on to something!
Wonderful reminder of living with integrity:
HT: Alan Jacobs
Some good advice from a happy humanist:
“The idea that some lives matter less is the root of all that’s wrong with the world.”
—DR. PAUL FARMER
Chief Strategist & Co-founder of Partners in Health