Speech and Taxes: CRA loses an interesting case in Ontario on whether the tax code can constitutionally limit the speech of charities.Biblical Criticism: Sean Macdowell talks about how the principle of embarrassment means that the Old Testament should be trusted.Persecution: World Magazine gives some examples of the very strange things being used as evidence that … Continue reading Online Reading (July 18, 2018)
Community: Nancy Guthrie comments on what to do when Christians let us down (and it WILL happen)Unintended Consequences I: Laws preventing criminals from profitting for their crimes can sometimes cause problems for other victims of the criminal.Unintended Consequences II: When activists made sure that (non-transgendered) star Scarlett Johanssen gave up her role, it may have … Continue reading Online Reading (July 17, 2018)
What I’m reading on Friday the 13th (oooo)
What I’m reading today.
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)
Our experiences of coming home may have something to do with coming home to a place we’ve not yet been
With me facing ordination this Sunday, I wanted to make available to any who were interested, what it is I claim to believe. With that in mind, here is my statement of faith. Statement of Faith