Thursday, September 9, 2010

Mailbag: Question & Answer Part 7

Question #8
What books, besides your Bible, of course!, have left a lasting impression on your life as a Christian?  As a wife?  Mother?

This was a hard one because I can't really think of any particular books that I recommend to others.  Most books are not completely Biblically sound.  Meaning, though they have some wonderful gems of truth in them - they also contain error.  I'm always hesitant to share with others books that I read because you never know how far progressed someone is in their salvation and Biblical beliefs and I don't want to lead them astray if they can't tell when something in a book is right or wrong.  Know what I mean?

Take for instance, there is a certain author, whose books I really glean a lot of things from.  However, she is not doctrinally sound in her beliefs and sometimes she has error in her books.  I throw things out and pull out the good.  A new Christian may not be able to do that.

Question #9
I've recently come across some interesting blogs which discuss covering ladies' heads or hair. While I am not among those whom are following this practice, I find it interesting with regards to modesty. I would just like to ask you your view on this much- debated topic , Bev.
Thank you.

The simple answer is this, 1 Cor. 11:15

But if a woman have long hair, it is a glory to her: for her hair is given her for a covering.

Here is my take on it from a few years ago in a post I did, called "Blurring the Lines".  You can also read this excellent article:

That completes all the Q&A's that I received.  If I somehow missed someone's question, please let me know, thanks! ;-)

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Jessica said...

I know what you mean about the authors. However there are authors out there that are biblically, doctrinally, and theologically sound. Here are some of my favorites that you may enjoy as well....

John Piper
R.C. Sproul
Beth Moore
Mark Driscoll
Francis Chan (also has a couple childrens books)

Can't remember the authors but these books have taught me a lot....
Love & Respect
Shepherding a Child's Heart

Hope you enjoy.

Christian Homekeeper said...

Thanks for the comment Jessica! :)


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