links for 2009-10-30

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Why Electing Palin or Huckabee Makes More Sense To You Than Reforming Your Church "The Culture War makes sense to Christians who have little or no idea how to be Christians in this culture except to oppose liberals and fight for a conservative political and social agenda- an agenda often less than completely examined in […]

links for 2009-10-16

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Confessing Evangelical » Blog Archive » Blood, heresy and biblical authority "…Hence I prefer the second way of expressing the position. I believe in Jesus, and therefore I believe the Bible – not because I always understand it or am in agreement with every “traditional” interpretation of it (see: literal six-day creationism), but because Jesus […]

links for 2009-10-06

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iMonk 101: To Be or Not To Be or Why I’m Not A Young Earth Creationist | internetmonk.com More stuff to think about. (tags: creation evolution) Book Review – 'The Case for God,' by Karen Armstrong – Review – NYTimes.com As a book review it's fine, but along with the review Ross Douthat provides some […]

links for 2009-10-01

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The 'Kingly' Willow Creek Conference – Tim Keller Tim Keller thinks about the emphases of different types of churches within the tri-perspectival framework. Fascinating and helpful. (tags: theology church) Secular Homeschooling Magazine: The Bitter Homeschooler's Wish List As one who was homeschooled, and as a homeschooling father (wow, it sounds scary to say that), just […]

links for 2009-09-23

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Is the Era of Age Segmentation Over? | LeadershipJournal.net Is the Era of Age Segmentation Over? A researcher argues that the future of youth ministry will require bringing the generations together. An Interview with Kara Powell | posted 9/18/2009 — This gets a hearty "Amen" from me. (tags: church youth ministry)

links for 2009-09-11

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What evangelical magazines don’t get about Christian swearing. – Editorial – Patrol Magazine No, Mom and Dad, me tagging this doesn't mean I'm gonna become a potty-mouth. But I think this article is on to something here. "…the obscenities now uttered by young Christians have transcended the milquetoast rebellion of the “emergent” movement and are […]