Monthly Archives: September 2008

Competitive Worship

Drawing from Hemant Mehta’s book I Sold My Soul on eBay, I began to observe how people worship God in singing. And after reading some of his observations, I could not help but chuckle when I saw some of the … Continue reading

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Book Review: I Sold My Soul on eBay

Outside perspectives are always helpful. They can provide critique on things that insiders may overlook or take for granted. Their insight can also be an encouragement in the sense that they like or approve of what you are trying to do. And … Continue reading

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The Real Creeper

I have been a bit startled lately when reading the bible in larger groups and discussing it. I guess I find myself trying to stay as true to the text as possible, shielding my reading as much as possible from … Continue reading

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Authority of Scripture Part VII

I was flipping through the channels the other day and happened upon a televangelist.  Televangelists are a lot like bad car wrecks . . . no matter how disastrous or wretched they are, you just cannot take your eyes off … Continue reading

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Youth Group Gun Give-Away

A shocking article about a youth group that was planning to give away a semi-automatic assault rifle at an event. They canceled the give-away this year. But as the article mentions, it did give one away last year. It just … Continue reading

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A Christian Nation

A satirical article at the ever-famous Wittenburg Door website about what an evangelical Christian nation would look like. Please remember while reading it that it is a satire. Provocative, nonetheless. Probably raises some interesting discussion points. I’d love to hear some … Continue reading

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A Cultured Christian

The Christ and Culture has been ongoing for quite some time now. How should Christians respond to culture? Avoid it like the plague? Hop on board with it? Make some exceptions? Start a new culture? I recently read an excerpt on … Continue reading

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