I never did High School biology. The reason for myreticence in the area, other than a desire to learn Chemistry, was that I hated the very idea of dissection. Something wells up in me when I’m called on to take the stuff that should be inside something into the outside, separating things from the living thing that was … Continue reading Beware of Dissecting Living things
Preparing opinions for the next week…. please stand by
Hey everybody, With a long workday today, I haven’t had the mental space to put together something I’d willingly expose people to, so here’s my list of things I’m reading this early day of 2020: New, er, old authors: Credo magazine makes a solid case for reading Puritan writer Lucy Hutchinson Positioning for Planting: Sometimes … Continue reading Online Reading (Jan 2, 2020)
So, it’s New Years 2020. I’m kind of amazed at how quickly time flies, and even as I say that, I have a slight grimace on my face. I remember saying many years ago (back when the end of high school seemed like it was so far in the future) that that couldn’t be the … Continue reading High Resolution
Church Planting: Them Rainer explores the question of when a church revitalization should become a church replant. Philanthropy: Chick Fil-A’s confusing statement about their giving doesn’t mean they don’t give to Christian organizations. Politics: Andrew Scheer steps down as conservative leader. Reporting: GetReligion points out some flaws in reporting on issues at George Fox College, … Continue reading Online Reading (Dec. 12, 2019)
Condolences: Pray for Tim Challies (popular blogger at challies.com) as he deals with the sudden death of his father. Morality: Kirk Durston writes unpopular ideas on the societal value of Sexual Morality. Belief: Does the fall of traditional religion mean an increase in superstition? Theology: Credo this month is all about universalism. This is a … Continue reading Online Reading (Dec. 10, 2019)
Natural Disaster: A volcano erupts suddenly, while tourists are on a New Zealand island. Discernment: John Piper opines on competence and its value for discerning God’s will for your life. Culture: In a very bad idea, I Am Jesus is a new game under development. Politics: David Brooks explains why he rejected socialism.