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  1. Dan from Georgia says:

    Lots to chew on here Michael!

  2. Michael says:

    Stuff to provoke thought, I hope!

  3. Em says:

    Elizabeth Elliot link – too good to miss today
    i’m reading and remembering what heroes those folk were to the whole nation at the time of the slaughter of the missionaries … i wish i had saved the secular magazine issues that covered the event …
    Nate Saint’s sister and Jim Elliot’s widow exemplified what we thought a Christian woman should be … Elizabeth understood and promoted so much that has been lost in the noise and greed that is consuming us now … what a rebuke to the promotion of shallow spoiled celebrity Christianity

    and by the way, i would have been humbled to receive communion with these saints

  4. Josh the Beloved says:

    When Christians love theology more than people…
    I believe there is a 3rd class of Christians. They love to study
    doctrines,hermanutics more than spending time in deep loving communion with God in prayer & fellowship.

  5. Em says:

    there is something wrong if your study of the Faith does not result in a maturing love of God and His people – perhaps, i should add to that, the reality of the final judgement facing us all …
    from Christians loving theology line:
    “Within Christendom, we’re often taught the exact opposite: that doctrines, traditions, theologies, and distinct beliefs are the only things that do matter. It’s what separates churches, denominations, theologians, and those who are “saved” and “unsaved.”

  6. Nonnie says:

    Phil Metzger’s article is very good. Thank you, Phil!

  7. dswoager says:

    “God was a lot younger than I had expected…” made me smile. Good link.

  8. WenatcheeTheHatchet says:

    The Joe Carter piece about pseudo-events was pretty interesting. It made a compelling and succinct case for what they were … but it reminded me that there should be a variant definition open for those who instigate pseudo-events, and a couple of guys who over the years contributed content to The Gospel Coalition can be considered instigators of pseudo-events.

    http://wenatcheethehatchet.blogspot.com/2015/12/ht-phoenix-preacher-joe-carter-writes.html

    Evangelicals may be hooked on pseudo-events and media outrage but some guys in the evangelical fold have been leaning on making them here and there.

  9. Babylon's Dread says:

    Carl Truman’s observations are not airtight logic but they are pretty good. Imagine a 40 year old trans man who is just feeling himself going through his feminine puberty and wants to join the girl scouts. Or just a transgender who wants to lead the girl scouts even though she is a junkmale female.

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