Friday Night at the Movies: 127 Hours

Bob Robinson‘s review … by the way, we are happy to post your reviews of movies. Since I see so few movies, I don’t do these very often, but some of you are good at this and this Friday late afternoon is slot is open to you if you have a review. 127 Hours: Being [Read More...]

Discrimination against Atheists

Gregory Paul and Phil Zuckerman Long after blacks and Jews have made great strides, and even as homosexuals gain respect, acceptance and new rights, there is still a group that lots of Americans just don’t like much: atheists. Those who don’t believe in God are widely considered to be immoral, wicked and angry. They can’t [Read More...]

King’s Cross 11

Western Christians, and surely not just in the West but surely in the West, have a seemingly honest awareness of what Jesus said about wealth and possessions and, at the very same time, a seeming incapability of surrendering wealth and possessions to Jesus and the kingdom. In chp 11 of Tim Keller’s newest book, King’s [Read More...]

Ten Stops toward Maximum Faith

George Barna, in his newest book, Maximum Faith, maps the ten stops along the path toward wholeness: 1. Ignorance of the concept or existence of sin. 1% 2. Aware of and indifferent to sin. 16% 3. Concerned about the implications of personal sin. 39% 4. Confess sins and ask Jesus Christ to be their Savior. [Read More...]


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