- The Gospel according to Obama: Obama is a progressive Christian who blends the emotional fire of the African-American church, the ecumenical outlook of contemporary Protestantism, and the activism of the Social Gospel, a late 19th-century movement whose leaders faulted American churches for focusing too much on personal salvation while ignoring the conditions that led to pervasive poverty.
- 40 Reasons to Be a Part of a Local Church: Is it possible to live a faithful Christian life without being a faithful part of a local church? I’ve heard many people make the argument that it is indeed possible—especially if there are no good churches around. I disagree.
- From Bible-Belt Pastor to Atheist Leader: All he had ever wanted was to be a comfort and a support to the people he grew up with, but now a divide stood between him and them. He could no longer hide his disbelief.
- America’s Facebook Generation Is Reading Strong: In what may come as a pleasant surprise to people who fear the Facebook generation has given up on reading — or, at least, reading anything longer than 140 characters — a new report from the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project reveals the prominent role of books, libraries and technology in the lives of young readers, ages 16 to 29.
- Jerry Bridges’ True Community is free for a limited time.
- A Healthy Reminder from Amazon: You Don’t Buy eBooks, You Rent Them. You may also want to check out My Amazon eBook Insurance Policy.