Weekend Musings Take a look at the not so brilliant response of an atheist who commented on this post. It will strengthen your faith in the gospels. For more see … Brilliant Defense of the Historicity of the Gospels.
Weekend Links Short list of links. Good ones though!. Have a great celebration of the resurrection this weekend. HE is Risen! HE is Risen Indeed. Engaging with Culture and Politics Obama Budget is Defeated 414-0! (Mike Shedlock) The Lottery is a Suicidal Scam and Beneath the Child of God (John Piper) One Minute You Can’t … More Obama, the Lottery, ObamaCare, Five Reasons to Take a Nap; Atheist Conversion and more
Weekend Links I love it when the world is stunned by the love of Christians. There’s a link here about that. I love it when false doctrine is combated. There are a couple of links here about that. I love it when believers in Christ are encouraged to be more in Christ. You will find … More Hating Prayer; Modern Gnosticism; Atheist Conundrum; Shallow Faith; Passion of God; Frank Viola; Job Killers; John Stossel; The Village Gardner
Weekend Links More links than ever. Some great leadership links, some whimsical links, some thought provoking links, and some very provocative links related to government and economics. Enjoy. Engaging with Culture The Beginnings of Life: Can a baby be non-human? (J.P. Moreland) In Honor of Debate and Truth: Collision Doug Wilson vs Christopher Hitchens Reflections on … More Leadership Freak; TinTin; Bobby McFerrin; Atheist Appreciation; Cultivating Unity; Michelle Obama
Sunday Musings This afternoon, I was reading New York Times best seller Dinesh D’Souza’s What’s So Great about Christianity, and ran across this thought provoking paragraph on page 71: “In ancient Greece and Rome, human life had very little value. The Spartans left weak children to die on the hillside. Infanticide was common, as it … More Christianity is the Best Thing that Ever Happened to the World
Friday is for Heart Songs A story from World War II: The two things most veterans remember hearing over the transport ships’ loudspeakers were the command “Away all boats!” followed by The Lord’s Prayer. There were no atheists on D-Day. Credit: Timothy B. Benford Unfortunately “emergency belief” is rarely long lasting or satisfying. Draw near … More “Emergency Belief” is Rarely Lasting Belief
What I’m Reading This Weekend one thousand gifts, Ann Voskamp : The best devotional writer of our time. This book is about the transformative nature of life cultivating thanksgiving. Can’t recommend Ann’s words more highly or often enough. Slave: The Hidden Truth About Your Identity in Christ, John MacArthur: Generally, walk away from every book … More thanksgiving, slavery, atheism, house churches and Vatican II