Tuesday is for Preaching From a time when a pulpit in France rang with truth and power like it did from Martin Luther King Jr.. This is an old post from a now-defunct older BLOG of mine. I ran across a reference to it in a comment thread on this blog and thought it might … More Pulpits that Change the World
Thursday is for Thinking Ran across this interesting quote from a Jewish scholar who taught at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. David Flusser (1917-2000) was the professor of Early Christianity and Judaism in the Second Temple period. He was commenting in an editorial in the Jerusalem Post: “I do not know who is the God … More Know Your Friends, Pray for Your Enemies
Friday is for History and Inspiration Every age has its own challenges to faithfulness to the gospel. Most of what inconveniences and discomforts Christians in America does not rise to the level of persecution. But all persecution starts somewhere and that somewhere often involves much smaller compromises and subtle shifts in perspective. Martin Niemöller, a … More Is it Time to “fall into the spokes of the wheel” in America?
Weekend Musings The following article is from Kairos Journal and it is one one of the most interesting 600 words I have read this year. I want to read more from this Jewish scholar and his perspective. See if you don’t see what I mean. Take three minutes and read this article. It’s another great example of … More DEATHWORKS: The Third World War is Upon US and it isn’t the terrorists