Warren ThrockmortonZombies, Plagiarism and Mark Driscoll Helped Me Write This Blog Post
First, let me thank Mark Driscoll for his help writing this blog post and give him full credit for inspiring the title.
Thin PlacesThe Goodness of Glitz at Christmastime
“Every time you see white lights, what can we remember?” I asked. “Jesus is the light!” Penny said.
Black White and GrayThe Problem with Giving Tuesday
While the market may be depersonalized, when we buy items we lend our support to the business practices of the seller; we are connected to the workers involved.
Fare ForwardThe New Privacy: How the NSA Protects Our Right to be Isolationists
We have made a Faustian bargain, trading away our privacy from state and corporate interests for an unprecedented privacy from the people around us.
The ScriptoriumC.S. Lewis: On Faces and How to Get Them
We all have motives we’re ashamed of. And we’re all pretty good at covering up those shameful motives, even to ourselves.
CranachDo Church Growth Tactics Attract the Unchurched?
I stumbled across a study of those who attend megachurches that found that only 6% do not come from other congregations.
Jesus CreedThe Power of Ideas
We are not “machines” that respond to ideas, we are changed by those ideas. Abstract ideas shape matter.
EuangelionWomen and Church Ministry
I’m finally willing to come out and nail my flag on the mast of the “Mutuality” (Egalitarian) position.
Joel J. MillerWhy Did God Create Us? Check Your Kitchen for the Answer
Capon’s point is that God created us and sustains our existence because, rather simply, he gets a kick out of us.
The Pandemonium FilesDistract, Distract, Distract
Hell is filled with millions of people who spent their lives wanting to be entertained. Make sure she joins the list.