Josh Mann presents Treasure-filled Jars of Clay: The True Prosperity Gospel posted at for the Sake of Truth. He makes a good point but I personally would want to balance it with the worth of the earthly tent; but that would likely detract from Josh’s main point to which I say Amen!
John presents The Nobel Prize: An Act of Grace posted at Brain Cramps for God, saying, “It is not often we see such a clear example of grace – unmerited favor – in such a central spot on the world’s stage”
hall monitor presents N.Y. School District Agrees to Pay Student $1 for Refusing to Allow Bible Club posted at DetentionSlip.org, saying, “Student wins right to host Bible Club at school!”
Ken Brown presents The Sources of The Lord of the Rings posted at C. Orthodoxy, saying, “A tongue-in-cheek analysis of the mythical sources behind The Lord of the Rings.” These sorts of things crack me up.
Ashok presents Establishment: “On As sad as the scent of smoked fish,” by Ario Farin posted at Rethink., saying, “A commentary on a poem that involves a close reading of the Genesis passage describing Jacob’s ladder.”
Shannon Christman presents Can A Program Honor God without Talking Specifically about Jesus? posted at The Minority Thinker, saying, “The local pregnancy care center has decided to stop offering abstinence education programs in public schools, saying these programs don’t fit the center’s mission to offer Christ-centered services. Did they make the right decision?”
Barry Wallace presents I, too, thank God for C.S. Lewis posted at who am i?, saying, “I could never express my gratitude for C.S. Lewis nearly as eloquently as John Piper does here, but I have a sneaky suspicion that the depth of my gratitude may very well rival his”
michelle presents 10.10.09 posted at Thoughts and Confessions of a Girl Who Loves Jesus….
Henry Neufeld makes a good point about generic Sunday School materials and targeting it more in Talk about the Method posted at Participatory Bible Study Blog, saying, “We need to talk more about method in Sunday School classes and small groups.” He
Weekend Fisher presents Would the early Christian church have accepted any writing? posted at Heart, Mind, Soul, and Strength, saying, “Weekend Fisher works on a series rebutting common arguments against the New Testament. This post considers the argument that the early church would have accepted anything — and the plentiful evidence against it.”
Lastly, I (Rey Reynoso) present a ridiculously long post on how the Holy Spirit actually works in the New Creation. It’s opinionated, obnoxious, and likely offensive to folk who wait for soft still voices and what-not. I blame the author.
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