Top Professions for Coffee Consumption

From iO9, and you can read the article at the link: True to your experience? Most professors I know drink coffee or tea… so I’m not surprised to see them on the list. What about politicians? Among those polled, scientists and lab techs were found to be the heaviest coffee drinkers in the country. Anyone [Read More...]

Gospel Brunches

From WaPo, the rise of some gospel brunches: How does this inspire you? Is this “missional”? Is this “evangelistic”? Is this “kingdom”? What is this? If you want some God with your grits, plan to show up around 9 a.m. That’s when the line starts forming for the first of two gospel brunches held each [Read More...]

HHS vs. Tyndale

From Victor Morton: How do you respond to this sort of news, news in which religious organizations believe the HHS policies are requiring them to do something they do not believe? The Obama administration is claiming that a dedicated Christian publisher of Bibles and ministry material is insufficiently religious to qualify for an exemption to the contraception [Read More...]

Signs of Resurrection?

Are there any signs of resurrection in your home or in your church or at your parachurch organization? Signs of the cross? Why is there so little art about the resurrection?  But Ross Clifford and Philip Johnson, in their important study, The Cross is Not Enough, believe there are signs of the resurrection in both popular [Read More...]

Top Ten Arguments against God: #10 (Jeff Cook)

This is the first in a series of ten brief posts by Jeff Cook, listing the top ten arguments against/for God. Top 10 – Arguments Against God’s Existence #10-8 (Jeff Cook) Socrates said, “Philosophy begins with wonder” and nearly all human beings at all times have looked at the world around them and, given its [Read More...]