While engaging in Blog Higher Criticism, there are some times when I come across bits o’ blogging that do not fit neatly into my preconceived themes. If I were a Liberal, I could follow their scholarly lead and simply ignore those texts that do not fit into my preconceived ideas. Instead, my conservative instincts lead me to present the following blog posts, in their uncategorized glory.
- John DiVito has started a blog for the Africa Center for Apologetics Research (ACFAR) and in it he paints the picture of Christianity a mile wide and an inch deep on the African continent. We should pray that the Gospel would prevail against the Devil’s lie of syncretism as well as the health and wealth preachers.
- David C. Price is sort of boycotting The Golden Compass, but sort of not.
- Josh “The Slugger” Hitchcock of the Reformed Mafia gives us a Theology of Employment.
- Owen Strachan
- Alex Leung reflects soberly on his devotional life this semester and lessons learned.
- Timmy Brister points out the danger of preaching social justice without preaching Jesus Christ and Him Crucified.
- Trevin Wax
- Andrew Lindsey recounts an evangelistic encounter.
- Pastor Klay has written a helpful series on Shepherding Your Child to the Savior. I definitely rate this series a Must Read. (Finney would be HIGHLY displeased with his methods.)
- Doug at Life Together blogs that evangelism cannot live in isolation, but only as part of a greater mission of the Christian Community.
- Dustin Benge asks where the Church’s passion for evangelism has gone.
- Trevin Wax writes of Inclusivism, Pluralism, and Evangelism.
- Corey Reynolds bemoans the fact that we the Church are failing at evangelism, and does some good thinking on the topic.