Monthly Archive: June 2017

TGIF 21

TGIF

I had a prostate exam yesterday. I know…thanks for sharing… The location of the prostate is an obvious design flaw in the creation…it should have been located in some place with easy access and...

Jean’s Gospel: The Rich Man and Lazarus 8

Jean’s Gospel: The Rich Man and Lazarus

Rich Man & Lazarus “There was a rich man who was clothed in purple and fine linen and who feasted sumptuously every day. And at his gate was laid a poor man named Lazarus,...

The Day After Chuck 23

The Day After Chuck

When Greg Laurie announced his new partnership with the Southern Baptist Convention, he wasn’t just announcing a new affiliation. What was unspoken was that he was announcing that the Calvary Chapel brand was no...

The Next Chapter For Calvary Chapel 24

The Next Chapter For Calvary Chapel

Well, we’re three days in and still no one has prayed for Chuck’s widow, his children, his grandchildren, his postman, his favorite clerk at Safeway, or the families pets, if any. Mike Macintosh undoubtedly...

Kevin’s Conversations: America’s Dad 19

Kevin’s Conversations: America’s Dad

The Cosby Show was one of my favorite television programs when I was a kid.  For a period of time, it was probably my absolute favorite.  Of course, created by and starred in by Bill...

Linkathon! 20

Linkathon!

The revival of civic religion… The tragedy of Asa… A brief thought about mass evangelism… How Jay Sekulow makes his big bucks… Free textual criticism class… The turquoise table movement… The reason for Christian...

Another Day of Reckoning For Calvary Chapel 33

Another Day of Reckoning For Calvary Chapel

The Calvary Global Network side of the Calvary Chapel split begins its pastors conference today. For some, this is a blessing if only for the fact that the barrage of invitations and exhortations to...

Things I Used To Think: Duane W.H. Arnold, PhD 153

Things I Used To Think: Duane W.H. Arnold, PhD

Things I Used To Think (With Apologies to Michael Newnham) I used to think that theology could be argued and by such argument, one could convince another person of the truth of a position. ...