Tim Keller, Russell Moore and Kevin DeYoung how the Church can subvert the cultural narrative of sexuality that has shifted rapidly over the last few years.
In this sermon given in Atlanta, Georgia, John Piper speaks directly to Christians who feel increasingly unwelcome and alien in the America we know today.
Donald Trump during the Pastors & Pews event in Orlando, FL that the only way he may get to heaven is to be elected President and do a good job.
Frank Schaffer in his critique of the Church made a fundamental flaw, he places deeds over creeds and encourage us to depend on our self-righteousness.
Doug Giles make an argument that at first seems good if you come from an anti-PC take no prisoners perspective: More and more, we are seeing fewer and fewer mature and responsible, evil-challenging tripods who love leadership, the struggle and aren’t afraid to boldly face an increasingly godless environment with conviction, power and the love […]
I had the privilege of serving with Navy Seal Team 1 from 1989 to 1994, during Operation Desert Storm. I was a technician attached to the Communications/Electronics Department. I was not a SEAL. I say that because, understandably, the SEALs take exception to people claiming to be part of the most renowned fighting force in […]
This book comes at a timely moment for me, as pastor of a church that is concerned about continuing a pattern of godly, biblical training for all ages. For the last 15 years, we’ve attempted (not without struggles, mind you) to create a more favorable multi-generational approach to Christian Education. We don’t want our children […]
Some miscellany I’ve read. Casey’s Critical Thinking: Japanese bowing etiquette Wayne Grudem: The Perspicuity of Scripture (HT: Todd Pruitt) WSJ: Her Side of the Story by Melanie Kirkpatrick NRO: The Rogue, on the Record (National Review interview with Sarah Palin) IBD: Bombs And Circuses in New York WSJ: The $1.9 Trillion Gimmick Ben Witherington: 2012—Noah […]
Here’s some miscellany for this fine Wednesday evening. Gallup: Republicans Edge Ahead of Democrats in 2010 Vote The Page: What’s In Sarah Palin’s Book by Mark Halperin (I love the picture he has, it’s hilarious). Big Government: Using Unions As Weapons: UPS v. FedEx by Nick Gillespie The Admonition: Math you can believe in by […]
1. Stand to Reason Blog: Learn to Defend God’s Beauty by Amy Hall After listening to a few of Christopher Hitchens’s debates with Christians, one quickly sees (because of how many times he returns to the subject) that his core problem with Christianity is that he finds the Christian God petty, tyrannical, spiteful, unjust, hateful, […]
I’ve been thinking about diversity lately. When it comes to cultural differences, there are many like race, ethnicity, class, education, age and values. Also, experts mostly agree that socioeconomic class is one of the biggest hurdles to cross because each class tends to have a different worldview and set of values that determine how a […]
Welcome to McChurch or Blessing King…. This video is funny, but also I think is a sad reflection of how people approach church. HT: Jungle Mom Technorati Tags: Church,church shopping,Christian consumerism
1. Would you like to improve your reading ability? Here are seven pleasurable ways. HT: Jake Bouma 2. Prodigal Jon explores why society tends to picture God as angry in his post “Painting God mad” at Stuff Christians Like. 3. Flatulence is now considered bullying. Jr. High boys of the world… beware! (HT: Nuke) 4. […]
Scot McKnight, started a series on the Kingdom of God. You can check out the first post here. It looks like it will be an interesting study. Technorati Tags: Kingdom of God,Church,Postmoderns,Emerging Church