Online Reading, August 30, 2007

Hostages: getreligion has some really good questions surrounding the deal between the Taleban and the South Korean government. (I'd also ask how representative the Korean Council of churches is of the vast diversity of Korean evangelicalism.) Mother Theresa: while Christopher Hitchens welcomes Mother Theresa to the ranks of atheism, Al Mohler comments on the controversy. … Continue reading Online Reading, August 30, 2007

Online Reading, August 26, 2007

Movies: Jason Bourne as both evil and a Christian narrative. (isn't eisegesis of cultural texts grand?) Missions: The South Korean aid worker hostages in Afghanistan may get released. Legalities: And people wonder why I never articled? Relationships: Apparently, breaking up isn't that bad. (ladies, if you want to leave you bf and date me, here's … Continue reading Online Reading, August 26, 2007

The Death of Faith (or more properly, its murder)

Recently I've been frequently faced with the fact that some people face a death in their own faith. Before I start ranting about it, I should point out that everybody has some form of faith, whether it's faith in the overall meaning of the universe, or the ability of their own intellect to accurately understand … Continue reading The Death of Faith (or more properly, its murder)

Online Reading, August 24, 2007

Commentaries: Tim Challies has an interview about the Reformed Commentary Series. Video: DG has a bunch of videos from the Jonathan Edwards conference in 2003 and the messages from the 2006 conference. Anglicanism: Desmond Tutu believes all Anglican bishops (whether gay or irregularly consecrated) should be invited to the Lambeth conference since "there is no … Continue reading Online Reading, August 24, 2007