Saturday Reading List: Evil options, honest interactions, violence in America, and seriously…enough about your feelings.

Good morning. Saturday is a good day to get caught up on sleep, some reading, and start planning for the week ahead. Take a few minutes to look at the links below and let me know what you think.

Americans have a tough choice in November. Thabiti Anyabwile clarifies his views on voting for an evil person who is “predicable” or “nuts”.

Doug Wilson, in his always witting and often charitable way, interacts with the above mentioned conclusions in a post entitled “On Not Blowing Sunshine“.

Kevin DeYoung offers a very helpful approach to handling the way we respond to the recent outbursts of violence in our country.

So one of my favorite preachers is Alistair Begg. Here’s a classic you have to watch. It’s about worshipping through what you know, not what you feel.

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