…and other thought-provoking things I’ve read this week:
A brief historical survey and critique of postmodernism by an excellent writer, Timothy J. Stoner, author of The God Who Smokes. This is a great blog, by the way. One word—subscribe:
Three views of the intent and extent of the atonement, all well articulated:
An elder at a Southern Baptist church describes a home visit that led to an encounter with demons and an opportunity to preach the gospel.
J.D. Greear reflects on the Great Commission Resurgence Task Force’s assignment:
My pastor’s wife bares her heart… again. As always, what she shares is touching and insightful.
Speaking of babies, this radical statement by an Atlanta pastor really grabbed my attention. May all Christians everywhere be as prepared to back up their claim to care about unborn and unwanted babies.
Finally, don’t believe the hype in this title.
This is the first time that I’ve posted a compendium of recent articles and blog posts I’ve read and enjoyed. Would any of you be interested in seeing me do something like this on a regular basis? Let me know in the comments. Thanks!