Unfashionable: Making a Difference By Being Different

Tullian Tchividjian’s brand new Unfashionable by Multnomah publishers is a bold text with a clear point to Christians: stop trying to win people to Christ by your coolness.  Do so by your godliness, your unfashionable Christlikeness, that stands out in this fallen world like a Yankees cap at a Red Sox game. I flat-out recommend [Read More...]

The Link 4.10.09: Islam, A-Rod, and Universal Health Care

1. If you have not read Al Mohler’s recent piece on Islam, I cannot recommend you do so more strongly.  Islam is a topic of huge importance for Christians, and I’ve rarely seen a Christian thinker address it more helpfully and clearly than Mohler does. 2. ESPN columnist Bill Simmons on the A-Rod phenomenon.  3. [Read More...]

Two Noteworthy Events: Steven Lawson in New England and Band of Bloggers

Two excellent events to bring to your attention: 1.  If you are a pastor or interested layperson in New England, please note that next week, the New England Center for Expository Preaching is holding an expositors’ institute featuring Steven Lawson, renowned preacher and author of over a dozen books. The event goes from this coming [Read More...]

Tim Keller on Ministry in a Post-Christian Culture

Manhattan pastor Tim Keller recently addressed questions related to the unique challenges of ministry in our day in an online interview.  I found the link through Florida pastor’s Tullian Tchividjian’s excellent blog. Here’s what Keller had to say about the need for revival in our day (remarks published on Darryl Dash’s blog): “We live in [Read More...]


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