Bit of a monster post today. There are lots of interesting things going on: Brexit: Today the European Union loses one state as the UK leaves. Psychology: professor claims humans hardwired to dismiss facts inconvenient to their worldview. Writing: Why is so much Christian writing, er, um, bland? Free Speech: John Stackhouse criticizes UK citiesContinue reading “Online Reading (January 31, 2020)”
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 aContinue 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.
Christian Living: I don’t know what God is doing, but God knows what He’s doing. Leadership: Trust is non-negotiable in Christian Leadership. Revitalizing Churches: We need pastors to revitalize churches, Thom Rainer discusses why some pastors don’t want to take up the job. Culture: Apparently culture is now telling me it’s insanely bad toContinue reading “Online Reading (Dec. 5, 2019)”
Divorce and Remariage: Tom Screiner opines on the Bible’s views on divorce and remarriage. (I’m not sure what I think). Biblical Authenticity: An article on how predictive prophecy can demonstrate Biblical authority. Cost Savings: A new baby clothes library has opened up in my city. Hong Kong: The massive disconnect between the people of HongContinue reading “Online Reading (November 26, 2019)”