Sleep in Shifts?

From David K. Randall, discussing the sometimes heard that sleeping in shifts might be best: Any stories? Kris and I both wake up every night, sometimes for just a few minutes but often for 30 minutes or more. How about you? Typically, mention of our ever increasing sleeplessness is followed by calls for earlier bedtimes and a [Read More...]

On Preaching Politics

From Cristina Corbin: Have you been hearing about this? Will you be defying the IRS? More than 1,000 pastors are planning to challenge the IRS next month by deliberately preaching politics ahead of the presidential election despite a federal ban on endorsements from the pulpit. The defiant move, they hope, will prompt the IRS to [Read More...]

A Resurrection Apologetic

Apologetics has been through some rough waters in the last twenty or so years. Some have found apologetics to be arrogant or so rational it leaves the seeker cold. Yet others, and many read folks like Bill Craig, Lee Strobel, and Paul Copan, are excited to the point of obsession with apologetics. In their book, [Read More...]

Tax Returns

I’m sitting here musing on what would happen to church giving — and charities in general — if everyone had to make their tax returns public? Here’s a few paragraphs from the CNN Money news story: “It’s between you and God,” you might say. I don’t blame you for saying that. Romney’s and Obama’s are [Read More...]