- Steve Holmes offers some great thoughts on How Much Scripture to Preach On.
I observe further a strange phenomenon, that in contemporary church life in Britain, the more a particular church/preacher trumpets their high view of Scripture, the less actual Scripture we hear read in their services
- Peter Kirk continues to rethink youth ministry with The Google-fication of God, part 2.
In the history of the church, we progressives are merely part of a long tradition of what some might call the Google-fication of God—crafting a faith to fit our own particular view of the world.
- Anat Biletzki discusses human dignity in The Sacred and the Humane. (See Scot McKnight’s discussion as well.)
Human Rights are all the rage. They have become, currently, a very popular arena for both political activism and rampant discourse. Human rights, as we all know, are the rights humans are due simply by virtue of being human. But there is nothing simple here, since both “human” and “rights” are concepts in need of investigation
- Here’s an interesting look at Why I Am Thankful for My Time in Fundamentalism and What I Wish I Could Have Avoided During My Time in Fundamentalism.
- Al Mohler, 11 Books Every Pastor Should Read in 2011 (HT Justin Taylor)
- Scriptorium has posted what should be fascinating discussion Sinning on Facebook with John Mark Reynolds, Paul Spears, and Matt Jenson.
- And, here are 21 Things You Probably Didn’t Think eHow Could Teach You