Weekend Reading: March 5, 2016

I’m visiting my family in Colorado, so I’m not going to be able to give you a full throttled weekend reading today. That being said, I’ve narrowed this down to a few stories you should be aware of…

Marshall Segal has written a very edifying post over at Desiring God about marriage. I liked this:

For us to love anyone well in this life, we must love Jesus first and foremost…Commitment to this King, though, comes with a call to prioritize our families — not ultimately and in every circumstance, but selflessly and consistently.

Very cool: Steph Curry Is On Pace To Hit 102 Home Runs

D.A. Carson interview presents a very mature perspective on elections, and if you’re rattled by the process right now, this would be edifying to watch. 

This week saw a very rambunctious GOP debate – an embarrassing display of rowdy political and quasi-sexual banter in which (in my opinion and that of many others) Ted Cruz and John Kasich came out looking best. It may have been a breakout moment for Kasich, as Frank Luntz’s focus group showed that 100% of his participants said Kasich won hands down.  As a gift to you, I’m not going to link to any of it – go enjoy your day!



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