(in)Justice: fearful of the desires of their people, the "noble" and powerful Burmese Junta cracks down on peaceful protesters. Technology: Non-gas vehicles come a step closer to reality. Conference: Today I am missing yet another desiringGod conference. At least they're putting up the audio messages. Evangelism: Al Mohler comments on the newest surge in evangelism … Continue reading Online Reading, September 28, 2007
Okay, first off the confession. I just bought a CD I never thought I would. It's a CD by a winner of a TV reality show, and worse the genre is opera. The remainder of this post is going to be my reclaiming of a masculinity that now seemingly lies in tatters. First off, in … Continue reading Confessions of a Conversion (Samurai Jack, Paul Potts, and Christian Discipline)
Culture: Halo 3 sales are huge, Have we gone crazy? Suffering: What does a grandfather say when his granddaughter is stillborn? John Piper Answers with what he said at her funeral. Theology: Tim Challies reviews another book by Brian McLaren. Singleness: Ideas for Christian singles showing hospitality.
When Blizzard entertainment developed the later Warcraft universe, I'm seriously doubting that the storyline was intended to provide a useful expression of the doctrine of man, but in the character of Sylvanus Windrunner, that's precisely what they did. (And no, this is not just an excuse for me to be all geeky about elf girls) … Continue reading Sylvanas Windrunner, Undeath and Sin
Science (?): Guys with deep voices have more kids (they are apparently more attractive too). Politics: Danny Williams (Premier of my province) hopes to double the population of Newfoundland. Oh the fun of elections. Blogs: Here's why I'm a bad blogger (I don't write every day) Rant: Man this Driscoll guy can rant.
Worship: John Stackhouse explains why he is not in love with Jesus. Culture: Referring to Diana West's new book, Albert Mohler opinies about the extension of adolesence. More Culture: Canada recieves applications to start Sharia-law banks. Protest: The military junta is facing religious opposition. Buddhist monks are protesting for the 7th straight day
Church and State: When development and religious belief collide. Law: Need cash? Sue Google! Politics: Interesting how this kind of report gets released just before an election, no? Pastoral Work: How to maximize study time as a pastor (Yes, it is necessary).