Neither rain nor snow nor gloom of night will stop the Redactor from making his appointed rounds, although they may delay him from time to time. I present below, Southern Seminary bloggers interacting with aspects of our culture at large.
- Trevin Wax
- Tony Kummer
- David Dunham of Christ and Pop Culture
- Rich Clark of Christ and Pop Culture
- Alan Noble of Christ and Pop Culture
- Doug Wolter explains why we love the underdog.
- Blake White bemoans the trivialization of divorce.
- Celucien Joseph gives us a brief history of French Christianity.
- Ed Stetzer briefs us on increasing our denomination’s ethnic diversity.
- Timmy Brister wonders how the Church should respond to the coming foreclosure crisis.
- W. Hank Balch
- Reid Monaghan combines startling images with a challenge to love the world.
- Dr. Mohler
- G. F. McDowell
- Owen Strachan
- Devin Hudson declares, “it might be a sin to NOT own a DVR or TiVo system” but stops short of issuing an anathema.
- Bryant Owens promotes the
AnimeManga Bible and uses Church History to defend it.
- Paul Fuller hosts a neat-o photo essay of what families in different countries eat in a week.
- Bryan Lilly
- Jordan Buckley all but calls Atheists Dawkins, Harris, and Hitchens a gang of wusses.
- Trent Hunter tackles the Problem of Evil. Next problem to tackle: Bad Spelling, dude.
- Michael Clark asks whether there is an Islamic analogue to the Reformation in the works.
- Gretchen Neisler has applied the Gospel to her cluttered home.
- Dr. Lawless has written an excellent post on what scares him. (no, it’s not carneys)
photo credit: culture.culte