Something to Chew on a Wednesday Afternoon

This, from an interview with Kevin Vanhoozer on Technology (Discipleship in the Age of Spectacle), [April 2, 2016] “. . . image-making technologies contribute to what the Peruvian novelist and Nobel laureate Mario Vargas Llosa calls a ‘culture of spectacle.’ Llosa observes that, in the past, the purpose of culture was edification: building society by … More Something to Chew on a Wednesday Afternoon

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Desiring God

Rereading Classic Books Last night, while re-reading for the fourth time, John Piper’s Desiring God, I was reminded why I am a “Christian Hedonist.” Buy the book and read it slowly. Back in college when I first came to trust in Christ, when I first starting reading the Bible regularly (hours a day at times), … More Desiring God

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Ravi Zacharias on Homosexuality; Narnian Living; Knockout Game; Cricket Singing; Wind Maps; and much moreginal

Weekend Links We just had two firsts. Our first ever Thanksgiving with no family and the first time I cooked the Thanksgiving Day meal. I am happy to report that Stephnie and I survived both events. As the children age, marry, move on we find ourselves in a new phase of life. We miss them … More Ravi Zacharias on Homosexuality; Narnian Living; Knockout Game; Cricket Singing; Wind Maps; and much moreginal

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New John Piper Controversy: Let it Be Brothers

Friday is for Heart Songs John Piper has recently come in for some criticism for a post on the Desiring God website related to the tornadoes that swept across Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois. You can read what he wrote here. I heard from a facebook™ post that there was a controversy “all over” the blogosphere … More New John Piper Controversy: Let it Be Brothers

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