Archives for Nov 11, 2010 @ 12:03

Churches without Instrumental Music

Some of you may not know this, but there is a very large group of Christians in the USA (and the world) who don’t believe in the use of musical instruments in church. They are called the Churches of Christ, and I consider many of their pastors my friends. Well, I’ve not had anything but [Read More…]

In Defense of Secularism

Peter Leithart’s book on Constantine (Defending Constantine: The Twilight of an Empire and the Dawn of Christendom) makes me a bit nervous at times. He seems to be suggesting that Constantine’s form of tolerance, which is a form of concord in that he gave folks freedom to believe what they wanted but put pressure in [Read More…]

On Reading the Bible

I don’t know the percentages, but my own suspicion is that no more than 25% of church attenders/members have read the Bible from cover to cover. Not just the good bits, like Matthew and John and Acts and Romans and Hebrews and Revelation, but also Leviticus and Numbers and Chronicles and Jeremiah and Ezekiel. The [Read More…]