Sports: If I don't begin with Korea's advance to the second round of the World Cup with their 2-2 draw with Nigeria last evening, I might get lynched. Freedom of Religion: Apparently in dearborn, handing out information about Christianity to Muslims is "disorderly conduct". Some also worry that word choices among the Obama administration may … Continue reading Online Reading, June 23, 2010
I know, I know, a big topic, and I'm being a little arrogant in claiming to understand the whole of one of the largest religious groupings in the world. Keep in mind that you're reading a conservative protestant evangelical. These are just some things I would like non-Christians to keep in mind when talking to … Continue reading What Christians are Not.
Science: Why a guy should shower before a date. Culture: Secularism takes hold in the U.S. More Culture: Unfortunately for Newsweek, lower circulation is also taking hold. History: Schindler's list is found in Australia (the paper, not the movie).
Religion and Science: Pope Benedict again wades into the debate. Faith and Brains: (from 2 weeks ago) John Stackhouse publishes an impatient response to the questions about education and faith. Newfoundland and.... Poland?: The local paper of record makes very superficial links between Poland and Newfoundland. Gee, maybe I should apply for a reporting job. … Continue reading Online Reading (January 29, 2008)
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.
(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 … Continue reading Online Reading, September 28, 2007
Science (?): Guys with deep voices have more kids (they are apparently more attractive too). Politics: Danny Williams (Premier of my province) hopes to double the population of Newfoundland. Oh the fun of elections. Blogs: Here's why I'm a bad blogger (I don't write every day) Rant: Man this Driscoll guy can rant.