Law: Courts in Pakistan say that two kidnapped Christian girls “converted” to Islam and so cannot be returned to their families.
Environment: A theological thinking about ecology when we believe the world is going to end.
Morality: Albert Mohler comments on Rational Choice Theory as a basis of morality.
Campus Ministry: John Stackhouse provides some reflection on engaging the university.
The Golden Compass: Al Mohler gives some opinion on how Christians should deal with the movie based on the popular atheistic Children’s books.
Syncretism: An Anglican parish in Seattle is offering a workshop on how to use astrology.
Artistic Expression: Mark Steyn wonders at the artistic silence surrounding Islam in the west.
Iraq: Some Iraqis are returning home. (Note: this is a big deal if the beeb is actually reporting it).
Anglicans: Seems the Church of my birth is inching towards full schism. Unfortunately, neither side of the schism would be an acceptable choice of a Church for me (if you want reasons, you can buy me a coffee and we can talk).
Law: Defamation law too difficult for you here in North America (making you prove real harm, etc.?) Sue in the UK!
Freak Dancing: I may be officially old now, but I’m with Al Mohler on the concept of “Freak Dancing”.
Books: John Polkinghorne reviews some books on atheism.
Emergent Church: John Stackhouse refutes some claims about him in a book by D.A. Carson.
Theology: Is Charismatic doctrine the reason for some of the nuttiness in the movement?
Polytheism: Though Albert Mohler reports that some think all the “religion” problems are only because of monotheism.
Family: Al Mohler reports on a sociologist who believes that the family is a central basis for democracy.
Statistics: Interesting numbers about Americans and their opinions on Evangelicals.
Legalities: Apparently, trying to ship motor oil on an airplane is a very serious offense. Even for poor missionaries helping war orphans in Sudan.
Safety: Car seats, not just for cars anymore.
(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 through Church planting. He also calls for pastors to revitalize the already established Church.
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