Online Reading (July 11, 2018)

Marriage: David Mathis has a decent article on the picture marriage is of Christ’s love for the Church.Church Revitalization: Thom Rainer gives reasons for his optimism about a coming wave of Church revitalization.Holiness: Over at the Cripplegate, a decent article on how to know you’re growing in holiness when struggling with anger.Weather: Tropical Storm season … Continue reading Online Reading (July 11, 2018)

Online Reading (October 30, 2007)

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, … Continue reading Online Reading (October 30, 2007)

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Calvinism: Mark Dever continues to ask where all these Calvinists came from. Geo-politics: Phillip Yancey, quoting eminent theolgian Lamin Sanneh, points out (no doubt contraversially) guilt and projection concerning Christian history. Harry Potter: I'm almost glad I'm nowhere near a book store tonight. Books: Here's an interview with Dave Harvey, who wrote "When Sinners Say … Continue reading Online Reading

Romance Can’t Fulfill (it’s good, but it’s not God)

So, today I was rolling pennies (ah the joys of working retail), and watching a Gill Deacon rerun on the CBC (Yay, Public Broadcasting). This episode seemed to be focussed on the relationship thing, and despite the fact I wrote a bit on  it recently, I figured I should react openly to it (though now … Continue reading Romance Can’t Fulfill (it’s good, but it’s not God)

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Truth (and epistemology): Dr. Russ Moore asks an important question of postmodern emergent, based on his earlier conversation with Tony Jones of Emergent Village. Harry Potter: Seems some of the leaks of the Harry Potter ending are genuine. Theology: Albert Mohler may have an example of what I termed loose thinking Review: Tim Challies reviews … Continue reading Online Reading