Monday, August 18, 2008

Sounds like somebody's got a case of the Mondays.

Okay, this video is only funny because it's so close to reality! (HT Ross)


Read Al Mohler's contention that Americans are remodeling the doctrine of hell.

Ponder who is the greatest American athlete ever. (HT Jade)

Read about the cruelty to women in Pakistan. (HT Jade) See a similar Fox News piece.

Learn Hero Training 101: Evacuating the Wounded.

Match the manly celebrity with his "girlie" middle name.

Read the US News & World Report article that abortion rates have dropped to their lowest in decades. (HT James Grant) However, 1.2 million is still abominable!

Read Tim Challies' thoughts on the real chief end for many evangelical churches and potentially "balancing" two of them.

Read the comments section of a Denny Burk post dealing with gender inclusive language as some complementarians and egalitarians square off. (Warning: Some rather technical discussions therein regarding the Greek language)

Watch a video clip at Non Nobis Domine of a toddler entertaining some and spiritually invigorating others with his tongues in a church service. You won't believe your eyes.

Read John MacArthur's thoughts on the biggest problem with contemporary Christian music. Is it style or substance?

Read about cookie maker Mrs. Fields filing for bankruptcy.

Read about the girl (age 16) who died while driving drunk, only to have her texting heralded as the main problem. Where should I start? Perhaps with her mom, based on her comment.

Read about 300 Bibles confiscated from American Christians at the airport in China.

Read the transcript of Saturday night's Saddleback (Rick Warren) forum with Obama & McCain. Or watch the videos.

Read Reepicheep's thoughts on Saturday night's Saddleback forum with Obama & McCain.

Read Denny Burk's thoughts on the Obama & McCain forum: Advantage McCain.

Read CNN's write up about the Obama & McCain forum.

Read about a church's experience with eliminating the weekly worship bulletin. (HT Brent Thomas)

Read about the decree regarding inappropriate touching of altar boys issued by the Roman Catholic bishop in Ohio. (HT Brent Thomas)

Read about the stigma of the unmarried man. (HT Anthony Bradley)

Read 5 questions to ask when evaluating music for church use.

View a timeline of events in the life of W.A. Criswell, including his endorsement of Roe v. Wade in 1973 and nomination of Adrian Rogers as SBC president in 1979. (HT Brother Hank)

Read James Galyon's thoughts on the so-called "Harmonious Society" China is creating where Christians are concerned.

Read Trevin Wax's thoughts on bedtime prayers with children. (HT Ray Fowler)

Read thoughts on the question, "Does teaching children to pray equal treating them as saved?"

Read about "white Americans" no longer being a majority by 2042.

Read Brent Thomas' thoughts on church planting as missions as well as missions vs. evangelism.

Read some quotes from Calvin Miller's, Preaching: The Art of Narrative Exposition compiled by Jay the Bennett.

Read Rick Phillips' thoughts on discipling Christian children. (HT Tim Challies)

Read about why children lie. (HT Tim Challies)

Read Johnny Mac's thoughts on restoration of a pastor who committed adultery.

Read 50 things Anthony Carter likes about politics.

Read as John Piper addresses, "How should I spend my time?"

Read Joe Thorn's thoughts on "Gospel-Centered Assimilation."

Read about Michael Phelps' 12,000 calories per day diet. (HT Justin Taylor)

Read Thabiti Anyabwile’s answer to the following question: "What would you say to a twentysomething who is convinced that her routine of watching online sermons and occasionally attending area church bible studies is her 'church'?" What would you say?

Check out what followed the family's beagle through their dog door.

Read Thabiti Anyabwile's explanation of Expositional Listening.

Read Pat Buchanan's Roman Catholic case against Obama. (HT Tim Challies)

Listen to a debate about baptism between Robert Strimple and Fred Malone. (HT Justin Taylor)

Scope out a list of resources for (Christian) women.

Comment of the Week:
"Ahhh yes. Baxter is indeed wise, so long as he is speaking English. After all, he knows I don't speak Spanish." (Sean Crowe)
Listen to yesterday's sermon at Providence Church on Philippians 4:4-7, "Pathway to Peace"
"Assumptions are the termites of relationships."
-Henry Winkler

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5 Comments:

At 18 August, 2008 16:33, Blogger Jesus Girl said...

I am so guilty of the "whose preaching today." Whenever my pastor isn't there I think of all the other things I could've done. Whom am I worshipping?

 
At 18 August, 2008 22:02, Blogger Reepicheep said...

12,000 calories per day? I do that all the time....

 
At 19 August, 2008 10:35, Blogger KELLY said...

Great list this week! Too bad you did not find anything regarding Obama and McCain's time at Saddleback (ha! ha!).

Thought of you when I read this article yesterday....

http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/localnews/stories/DN-friscopickups_17met.ART0.West.Edition1.4d8a269.html

Talk about a homeowner's association out of control!

 
At 19 August, 2008 11:29, Blogger samurai said...

Thanks again for "dumping" all that on my plate. I wonder if they have "idea calories" or something - because my plate is full yet again.

 
At 21 August, 2008 21:54, Blogger GUNNY said...

Your welcome, Samurai. It's good to know the love is appreciated and doesn't go to waste.

Reep, I feel ya. I can do 12,000 calories in one sitting at Pancho's Mexican Buffet.

Where are my gold medals?!

Jesus Girl, you're obviously not alone. We tend to not advertise a guest speaker, unless he carries a certain amount of gravitas. Yet, for some, they might stay in bed unless it's RC Sproula or The Pipe rolling through Providence Church.

I don't humor myself that I'm that huah, but people do like their routine and expectations to be met.

Like a restaurant you might frequent, it doesn't have to be 4 stars, but consistency will keep you coming back.

Kelly, great find on that article. Who would have thought Illinois Nazis would try to colonize the DFW metroplex?!

This is Texas, folks! It's not like it was a 1970s pick up truck. The things was new. Sheesh. Next they will give him the business because he only has 15 pieces of flair in his flowerbeds.

 

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