Reading the Margins – 2.5.2016

Here are a few things that caught our eye these last couple of weeks:


A powerful illustration from D.A. Carson reminds us of the confidence we have in Christ.


A study from Baylor University found that college students make judgments based on stereotype over personal experience.


How “infomania” is exhausting an over-connected society.


Jemar Tisby explains why we should celebrate Black History Month.


D.A Horton begins a series outlining principles for Christians as they work as co-belligerents with the Black Lives Matter movement.


Marcos Ortega

Marcos Ortega (MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary) is an Assistant Pastor at Goodwill Church (Evangelical Presbyterian Church) and lives in the Hudson River Valley in New York with his wife and two daughters.

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