In this issue . . .
Q: Which Charles are we celebrating?
A: The works of Charles Spurgeon have inspired millions of Christians around the world for over a hundred years. His wisdom and insight into God’s Word and world have helped others discover the richness of Scripture. However, as with any work after a century, Spurgeon’s language can be a barrier for the modern-day world, and this makes his work seemingly less accessible or even “outdated.”
Answers in Genesis and Larry Pierce—who’s behind the Online Bible software, the translation of James Ussher’s The Annals of the World into modern English, and the upcoming translation of Isaac Newton’s works—along with his wife, Marion, want to give Spurgeon’s sermons new life. Thanks to the Electronic Bible Society (EBS) in Texas, Larry was able to update these sermons, not to change the meaning, but to make them more easily understood by modern readers.
Learn more about the effort to update Spurgeon’s sermons—and how you can read them—at Charles Spurgeon—Reloaded.
News to Note Quick Look
Darwin in the news: We’re less than two weeks away from Darwin’s birthday, and the news media isn’t forgetting. Read more.
All agree it wasn’t the sponge: This just in: sea sponges are not the oldest animal around, according to a recent evolutionary analysis. Read more.
Also: a fishy riddle, hobbits in the news, wasps and medicine, viruses and medicine, and don’t miss . . . . Read more.
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