Posts tagged with: link

To the fringes…

The thrust of seculariztion is not to destroy religion but to make it irrelevant. The individual's faith is to be a private matter that has no bearing on public actions. This is a shaky position…

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They speak better than they know…

Denny Burk made some excellent points about the situation at the Grammys. What I appreciated most about his approach is that he did not just deal with the surface shock value. That's obvious. Burk centers…

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The Pale Blue Dot | Link from HeadHeartHand Blog

Earth from Space David Murray writes a short post linking to an incredible video: For me, the high point of the video occurs around 2.55 where Sagan seems to experience and express Psalm 8…

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Already Decided | Link from challies.com

This is a brilliant piece that recognizes that life is more complicated than we generally think. We make more excuses for sin than we realize. We compartmentalize our failings into an explainable category while we…

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Streaking Meteors and Faithful Stars

I thought this was good and encouraging. First, I didn't know Jim Elliot had a brother. Second, this is a great look at being consistent and letting God handle the results. I thought the conclusion…

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Art, Nakedness, and Redemption

This is a good look at a disturbing trend within the broader Christian world. William VanDoodewaard carefully examines the New Testament context as well. Thankfully, unlike many others, he uses good, biblical sense. Here's his…

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