Archives for Jan 21, 2011 @ 14:38

David Fitch and Collin Hansen

David Fitch sets the context of this little scuffle best: “I have no doubt that the success of many of the New Reformed Missional churches in the cities is the result of the influx of twenty-something populations into the cities in the past fifteen-twenty years with little or no place to go to church.” Collin Hansen [Read More…]

The Wisdom of Billy Graham

CT has a new interview with Billy Graham, and I clip only one question and answer: If you could, would you go back and do anything differently? Yes, of course. I’d spend more time at home with my family, and I’d study more and preach less. I wouldn’t have taken so many speaking engagements, including [Read More…]

Lac Su Responds

I hope you saw this: We’ve done a few pieces on Amy Chua’s article, and I want to contend this has little to do with race and nation and much to do with personality type and personal health. (CNN) — When CNN called me this week to see if I’d share my thoughts on the [Read More…]

New Atheists Compared

From Scott Stephens: What made the atheist tradition proper so potent was its devotion to the tasks of flushing out the myriad idols, often unperceived, that clutter human society, and dismantling all the malign political, economic and sexual uses which those gods were made to serve. But there was another aspect of this tradition – [Read More…]

On Loneliness

It’s Friday. On Friday evenings many of us will “go out” — with a spouse, with a friend, with friends — but go out. But some will not. Some will be alone. Some want to be alone. Some don’t. While going out with a spouse or friends can mask it, and while those who are [Read More…]