Atlantic Baptist Convention (Day 1)

So for the next few days I’m representing my local congregation at the Atlantic Baptist Convention in Sackville, New Brunswick.¬†For those of you who remember the roadtrips from Fredericton to Nexus in Halifax, I had a burger at the Wendy’s for memories’ sake. It’s not the same without the rest of y’all. In the meantime,Continue reading “Atlantic Baptist Convention (Day 1)”

Online Reading (August 13, 2008)

Weirdness: the Telegraph reports thatAl-Queda in Iraq claims that women buying “suggestive vegetables” like cucumbers is un-Islamic. Anglicanism: John Stackhouse speaks of the collapse of the world’s largest small group, the Anglican Church Cultural Weirdness: A gust of wind caused an inflatable dog turd to wreak havoc in Switzerland. Compassion?: The Unabomber claims that aContinue reading “Online Reading (August 13, 2008)”

Passing on an Article: Should You Pass on Bad Reports?

Hi All, I’m on break to “celebrate” my 34th b-day. I came across a decent and convicting article today by Tim Keller and David Powlison on bad reports and disagreement. I found it convicting and beneficial. Hope you enjoy. Should You Pass on Bad Reports? by Tim Keller & David Powlison One obvious genius ofContinue reading “Passing on an Article: Should You Pass on Bad Reports?”