Saturday Afternoon Musings “A surprisingly large number of people who think of themselves as Christians never get further than accepting the truth of Christianity. They believe that God is there–but they have never met him. They believe that God is able to forgive sins–but they have never allowed God to forgive their sins. They believe … More I Believe—What Do I Believe?
Weekend Links Palm Sunday, Good Friday and then the euchatastrophe of Easter. It was J.R.R. Tolkien who coined the word, “euchatastrophe,” meaning, “the sudden turning from tragedy to a wholly unexpected good” (my definition of what I remember reading in Tolkien). Tolkien said that the euchatastrophe of the fall of man into sin is the … More Public School Challenges; David Platt; Legalizing Marijuana; Rob Bell; The New Pope; a C.S. Lewis Biography and much more
Early Weekend Links Too many good links to wait till the weekend. But remember, a “good” link doesn’t mean I endorse all of what is in it. Enjoy. Better Engagement with Culture Some Startling and Good News Despite No Reporting (We could give some other cultural indicators that would be powerfully depressive and maybe more … More N.T. Wright, John Piper, Alister McGrath, Abortion, Better Ministry Thinking; Women’s Ordination; Parenting For Glory