Collin Brendemuehl: Everybody thinks systematically including evangelicals. We interpret everything around us according to our frame of reference, which is certainly more than a mere mental state.
Collin Brendemuehl: Just two hundred years of church history says a great deal about who we are. The more history we read the more we understand ourselves. With the proper attitude, the more this understanding can help us correct ourselves and fix our errors.
Pastor Ryan Jorgensen, the senior pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel Des Moines, provides our featured sermon from John 14:1-11 – “One Way to Heaven.”
Tom Hill: Only the Bible delivers absolute truth. Followers of Christ need not blush in shame over their reliance upon it nor upon their proclamation of it.
David Shedlock: If someone is convinced something is true, no amount of logic will appeal to them, No evidence could be mustered against their arguments.
The church’s singular failure in recent decades has been the failure to see Christianity as a life system, or worldview, that governs every area of life.
Gallup released a poll today that found 55% of Americans believed that same-sex marriages should be recognized by law and given the same rights as traditional marriages. Below shows the trend line since they have polled on the issue. They found 8 out of 10 Americans between the ages of 18-29 support same-sex marriage. They […]
In terms of fighting a “culture war”we need a new apologetic advance which addresses the root world view – Marxism.
Ravi Zacharias spoke before a record gathering of over 1500 at the 52nd Annual Iowa Prayer Breakfast held on Maunday Thursday in Des Moines.
Trevin Wax had this quote from C.S. Lewis on his blog. I like this quote event though I have some reservations about its application in today’s culture. Christianity is not a patent medicine. Christianity claims to give an account of facts – to tell you what the real universe is like. Its account of the […]
A common question asked by people who are skeptical of Christianity is how Cain, the disgraced son of Adam found a wife? The unsaved skeptic understands the basic premise of what happened, but makes a couple mistakes in their logic. They understand the Adam and Eve were the first two human beings created, and that […]
Miscellany for the weekend… Ben Terry: Why God exercises His sovereignty in the eternal salvation of mankind Representative Michele Bachmann (R-MN): Helen Needs to Go! Christian Reader: The Fear of God New York Post: Iman Unmosqued First Things: On The Square: Israel’s Boycott Saves Lives Heavenly Springs: The Already, Not Yet Kingdom of Jesus Times […]
Doing some Saturday link loving of blogger friends and causes I support… I haven’t done that in awhile. 40 Days For Life: Abortion Snowed Out All American Blogger: My CPAC Interview with Rep. Steve King (R-IA) Gerrard Fess: The 4 Rs in dealing with Death Head Noises: Everyone is Speaking in Monotone Kansas Bob: Facebook […]
Some items of interest, well at least interesting to me :). Cato @ Liberty: Senate Health Bill May Violate First Amendment Weekly Standard: Obama Has Learned Nothing by Matthew Continetti First Things – On The Square: The Most Influential Conservative Book Ever Produced in America by Joe Carter The Foundry: Could Trillion Dollar Debt Kill […]
Some miscellaneous links and items of interest around the ‘net for your weekend. Reformed Meditations: The Perfect Murder Fox News: Palin Goes After Obama at Tea Party Convention Al Mohler: Masculinity in a Can, Fight Club at Church, and the Crisis of Manhood American Thinker: Our National Blind Spot by Mark W. Hendrickson BreakPoint: The […]
Changing this up a bit, feel free to treat these “Latte Links” posts as an open thread, so don’t feel bound to comment on any of the links. Comment on whatever you like. Anyway, on to today’s miscellany: Switched: Pigeon Beats ISP in 60-Mile Data Delivery Race (HT: Cameron Cloud) Theology Girl & Reformed Women […]