Archives for Jan 14, 2010 @ 14:21

Do Electronic Powered Cars Save Money and Resources?

I was notified of this link from a friend…. For eighteen months I’ve been blogging about the energy storage sector and discussing the current and potential markets for batteries and other manufactured energy storage devices. A recurring theme that I’ve discussed many times is the unrecognized but undeniable truth that while plug-in vehicles masquerade as [Read More…]

Acts and Mission 76

Luke’s narrative was compressed in the previous paragraph because he wants to get Paul to Ephesus. So, Luke takes us now to Ephesus and he begins with Apollos: 18:24 Now a Jew named Apollos, a native of Alexandria, arrived in Ephesus. He was an eloquent speaker, well-versed in the scriptures. 18:25 He had been instructed in the way [Read More…]

Helping Haiti

One way to help in Haiti is to give to the Haitian people and its healing and its reconstruction by contributing to Haiti Partners.  I recently read the memoir of working in Haiti by Kent Annan (Following Jesus Through the Eye of the Needle: Living Fully, Loving Dangerously ), and he is with Haiti Partners. [Read more…]

Signature in the Cell 3 – More on Historical Questions (RJS)

Stephen C. Meyer has published a (very long, but readable) book, Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design, outlining his argument in favor of intelligent design. This book essentially argues that life is very complex, the origin of life is a puzzle, and the information content in DNA cannot be explained [Read More…]

Souls in Transition 5

So what is the religious life of emerging adults today? What about its affiliations, practices, beliefs and experiences? What Smith and Snell discovered in their fantastic new book: Souls in Transition: The Religious and Spiritual Lives of Emerging Adults  will be of use to all pastors and churches. Frankly, I’m surprised by the lack of comments [Read More…]