“Reformation Day.” “Harvest Festival.” “Autumn Feast.” “Halloween.” What a foolish issue to divide fellow believers. In today’s roundup, we see all sides of the debate represented by Southern Seminary bloggers.
- Joseph Gould brings us coverage of Ray Van Neste‘s interesting remarks in a flashback post.
- Stephen Cavness does not rail against the evils of trick-or-treating.
- Barry Joslin wants your input on whether Halloween is evil. As for he and his house, they will celebrate “Reformation Day.”
- Tony Kummer brings us in touch with the iMonk’s opposition to celebrating the Reformation.
- Dr. Mohler has an excellent treatment of the issues that swirl around Christians and Halloween.
- Doug Smith has a free reformation-themed coloring page for the kiddies, complete with faux-spiritual meanings.
This week we have a number of serious commemorations of the events of 31 October, 1517.
- Steve Weaver clearly loves the Reformation.
- Gordan “Knuckles” Runyan of the Reformed Mafia waxes eloquent on Grace.
- Timmy Brister opines on how the SBC is a denomination halfly reformed.
- Trevin Wax has been covering the Reformation all week.
- Brent Thomas defends the execution of Servetus. [Worth the read, honestly -rr]
- Todd Young considers his own personal reformation.
Alvin Plantinga gave the Norton Lectures at Southern. Here are some responses.
- John Ploughman has links to the audio of Plantinga’s lectures.
- Terry Delaney is not without thoughts on the lectures.
And last but not least, our chapelblogger(s).