Feb 202018
 

A wrathless God has victims…

What’s the point of liturgy?

Why (some) Christians don’t and won’t support gun control…

A God of beauty…

How liturgical are todays Christians?

Top three reasons why I am an Anglican Christian…

Parkland and the continuing problem with thoughts and prayers…

Do egalitarians take the bible seriously?

Ministers and the lust for applause…

Make American politics hopeful again…

Five things you can learn from morning and evening prayer…

Less is more…

Lent and the Gospel story…

The new vision of heaven is too small…

Finding hope…

Beware of progressive Christianity…

Evangelicals and moral relativism…

Is a six day creation the only viable option?

What made mental illness a sin? Paganism…

Pastoral transition…

Seven things the Bible teaches about repentance…

Christian conference vs. the local church…

How handwriting scripture improves my prayers…

It’s time for more Christians to address gun violence…

Who defines your joy?

Reading the Bible, interpreting the Bible…

More on the Andy Savage case…

Six ways you might be co-dependent…

Church leaders…take this advice from one single person…

Thanks again to EricL…support him at top right…

 

 

  4 Responses to “Linkathon!”

  1. Roger Olsen’s column is good. Interesting, though, considering that it is Roger Olsen, whom most Southern Baptists would consider a liberal or progressive.

  2. In case anyone is interested I share those top three reasons for being an Anglican.

  3. “The cross is more properly about God working justice,”
    If that assertion grates, i would suggest the need to read the first link: ” A Wrath-less God…. “

  4. This was very helpful, thank you.The article on God’s wrath was quite convicting, I do not know if I could forgive such an injustice myself.

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