Archives for Apr 2, 2012 @ 13:08

Lunch Break Indeed

From AP, by Jona Kallgren: STOCKHOLM (AP) – Some workers in Sweden have found a rather offbeat way to spend their lunch hour. Actually, on-beat is more like it. Dripping with sweat and awash in disco lights, they dance away to pulsating club music at Lunch Beat, a trend that started in Stockholm and is [Read More…]

Russ Moore’s 3d Way

From The Christian Post, by Russell Moore: Russell Moore here argues that the way of political power is not the way of Jesus. I agree with him on that one completely. Morals are not determined by who wins the vote. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) — A respected pro-family organization has announced a boycott of Starbucks coffee. The [Read More…]

The Gospel of Acceptance

The gospel can be viewed from a variety of angles, and undoubtedly the most widely disseminated angle is that of its benefits. That is, we describe the gospel by what it accomplishes for us. We appeal to “felt needs” in humans. No one in their right mind questions the beneficial dimensions of the gospel, and [Read More…]

Baptism: How Early?

This post is for (or about) credo-baptists, or for those who don’t practice infant baptism, and are discussing at what age a person can be baptized. That is, at what age does a person become responsible enough to be baptized? Traditionally, many baptize at “the age of accountability,” which often means about 12 or so. [Read More…]