Weekend Links: Spring Deserves Some Good Reading Material

Yesterday, I got home in time to take a short ride on my bike and got an eye full of the Wysteria, Azaleas and Dogwoods all in bloom. Every mile was filled with the sights and smells of Spring. It’s a great time of year. Fun, Sports, and Entertainment Aaron Nola Writes an Article on … More Weekend Links: Spring Deserves Some Good Reading Material

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“What will the racist Christians do now?”

My friend at Insanitybytes2 has written a thoughtful post on the current culture clash between the East and the West. And to it, I would add for my doubting friends, Judeo-Christian culture, and Christianity, in particular, is not the enemy of the West. Radical Islam is. The link to her post is below. “What will the … More “What will the racist Christians do now?”

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The Not So Politically Correct John Adams (on Islam)

Tuesday is for Thinking This post falls into the categories of “Hmmm”  and  “Very interesting.” One of the founders of the nation, whom one biographer calls, “the last founder of the nation” gives his experienced and learned comments on Islam as he knew it in his day. It might be an interesting discussion question to ask, … More The Not So Politically Correct John Adams (on Islam)

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Preaching the Gospel to Muslims without Compromise

Political correctness means that the title of this blog will produce cries of bigotry and arrogance from those who are outside the faith. “Why don’t you keep your religion to yourself and leave the muslims to their faith?” “You Christians think you have the market cornered on truth. You’re arrogant.” “You Christians only see non-Christians … More Preaching the Gospel to Muslims without Compromise

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The Nonsensical World of Public Policy and Better Ministry in Light of It.

Weekend Links So much nonsense in the world! So much. There once was a time when a right-wing newscaster or a left-wing newscaster could at least be trusted to present facts. They might have different interpretations of the facts but it was facts that both were trying to deal with. Today, people on the right … More The Nonsensical World of Public Policy and Better Ministry in Light of It.

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Complementarian Update; 10 things to know about Islam; Egypt in the News; Repealing the Bill of Rights? and more

Weekend Links Unpacking boxes. Little time to write. Enjoy; be encouraged; be challenged; act. Marriage, Family and Controversy Does Complementarianism Need an Update?: Leadership Journal Asks One of It’s Newest Defenders (Important and nuanced article on an important topic, the role of men and women, and the role of men and women in leadership) Same-Sex Marriage … More Complementarian Update; 10 things to know about Islam; Egypt in the News; Repealing the Bill of Rights? and more

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