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.
Devotional Acts: Paul Carter, guest blogging for Tim Challies gives a great idea for putting value into old Bibles. Theology: The Atlantic has an interview with Pastor Tim Keller of New York’s Redeemer Presbyterian. Economics: Canada has a surprise rise in its unemployment rate. Christmas: A very good Christmas advert from a hardware store in … Continue reading Online Reading (Dec. 6, 2019)