Speaking of climate change… HT: The Iowa Republican
Oh this picture is priceless. Thanks Matt!
1. This guy is nuts. Lewis Pugh is the first person to complete a long-distance swim in the North Pole (19 minutes at -2 C). HT: Chris Folmsbee 2. A missiological theology of the city – why is it important, and the city in scripture. 3. Mark Batterson compares reading through Leviticus with driving through […]
Pictures are really worth a 1000 words. Michael Ramirez on the real definition of “shovel ready” within the stimulus porkulus plan. I don’t think any commentary is necessary. HT: Hot Air via Rick Moore Update: Angela asks, are those flies on their poop? I believe so Angela.
1. Is there a reason why the Census Bureau needs to be in the White House rather than the Commerce Department? Does this stink to anybody else? Do we really want Rahm Emmanuel involved with counting heads? Let’s not politicize the Census Bureau. 2. Debunking Darwinism – the first post in a 12-part series at […]
1. Just wondering if other states are doing this, but Alaska is looking to divest Alaskan money in Sudan in response to Darfur. All states should look at taking stands against genocide similar to this (if they haven’t already). (HT: Conservatives for Palin). 2. R.C. Sproul of Ligonier Ministries writes “Secularism: Ignoring the Eternal” – […]
1. Chris at Homeward Bound makes a great case for how faithful followers of Jesus can be in favor of capital punishment. Something that “progressive” evangelicals and other liberals say isn’t possible. If we want to be faithful followers of Jesus, we have to let our faith inform every aspect of our lives – not […]
This would usually be an item for a Twenty Items list, but I couldn’t wait until next week! Made me laugh out loud! Thanks Jungle Mom! Technorati Tags: Funny pictures,Barack Obama,Winnie the Pooh,Vice Presidential Pick
1. John H. Walton, Professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College & Graduate School, lectures on “Genesis and Cosmology” (click his picture to get to his lecture and power point presentation). It expanded my view of Genesis 1 and its context. He contends that Genesis 1 doesn’t address the time span for matter or structures […]
Sorry for the lapse in posting. With my new responsibility of being interim pastor at Grace Evangelical Free Church in Indianola, IA, my work with Serve Our Youth Network and just being a dad and husband I’ve been behind in reading my blog subscriptions and news feeds, so that is why I missed a week. […]