Another Benefit for Coffee Drinkers

Marni Jameson, down in Orlando. (And I’d urge you to try some Intelligentsia.) Scientists have long known that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, but researchers out of China may have figured out why. Researchers Ling Zheng, of Wuhan University, and Kun Huang, of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, have [Read More...]

Neo-Fundamentalism

Mike Clawson, PhD student at Baylor, had a paper of his published on Roger Olsen’s site, and I am clipping his first two paragraphs. I agree with Mike on this: this movement in America can be described — analytically, historically, reasonably — as neo-fundamentalism. That designation, while for many seen as a slam, is not [Read More...]

A Church Dilemma

I got this letter yesterday, and I pass it on to you for two reasons: Have you heard about this? What do you think? Since States or the Feds are now requiring businesses, and that means churches too, to provide health insurance for any employee working over 30 hours, churches are now reducing staff to [Read More...]

Does God Still Speak?

What do you think? Do you think God still speaks? Or, more or less, do you think God quit speaking when the apostles died or when the last New Testament book was written? These are the questions of Rodney Reeves in his book Spirituality according to Paul: Imitating the Apostle of Christ. We can ask this [Read More...]


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