Christian Carnival: Mad Light Edition

 

Welcome to the August 17, 2011 edition of christian carnival.

Aoide-Melete-Mneme presents Thoughts on I Peter posted at à la mode de les Muses.

Annette presents Thinking out loud posted at Fish and Cans, saying, “a response to a blog post about raising a lad.”

Violet N. presents Bulldog faith posted at Other Food: daily devos.

loswl presents Evolutionary Tales Exposed: Part 6 – Billions of Years posted at INSPIKS, saying, “One of the things we have been pounded with is the amount of time necessary to allow mutations to produce modern-day species. The evolutionists are desperately looking for time, because if you can produce enough time, you can hide the many weaknesses of the theory of evolution.”

 

apologetics

Maryann Spikes presents Why is apologetics so important? posted at Ichthus77.

Psalm 1 Strive presents The Return of Christ – Sooner or Later posted at Psalm 1 Strive, saying, “Christ’s return is the most anticipated and feared event in our future. If He returns, all who didn’t believe will run out of time but those who do believe have finally reached the end of their race. So, is will it be sooner or later?”

Rey Reynoso presents The Gospel in Songs posted at The Bible Archive, saying, “All our music, we realize, falls short in what it praises. What is the praise of love if those meant to be loved are gone? What is the point of singing about Jane, if Jane loves someone else? What is the purpose of singing about a dance move if dances come and go?”

 

devotionals

Juliana Smith presents 10 Reasons Some Families Ban TV posted at Satellite Dish.

 

narratives

michelle presents woe to hypocrisy? day 6 posted at going into all the earth…, saying, “be careful of hypocrisy”

Ridge Burns presents Getting Carried Away posted at Ridge’s Blog.

 

highways and by-ways

Jeremy Pierce didn’t submit this interesting article that tears into this supposed conspiracy posted at his site Parbaleman. but if he did it would probably be under apologetics instead of my own category of highways and by-ways [sic].

Joe Carter definitely didn’t submit a follow-up calling them the New Birthers posted at the Evangel Blog but it’s here anyway.

Francis Beckwith probably wasn’t too happy with Michael Patton’s post on Rome Hate, but at least he commented.

 

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3 thoughts on “Christian Carnival: Mad Light Edition

  1. Thanks for sharing the link to Joe Carter’s and Jeremy Peirce’s articles. Although, I tend to think that Carter’s denial is indicative of the trouble with most of our churches. We are always the last to notice “what ails us”, while everyone else sees it plainly. Clearly, the problem has grown to have a much greater influence, especially in Calvinist churches, than it did even 10 years ago.

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