Europe is a pretty irreligious place, nowhere more so than the Czech Republic! See this chart for how secular the UK is. Phil Moore has four excellent reasons for going on a fast from his iPhone Talking of technology Tim Challies thinks about the risks
Jeremy wonders why we still subsidise fossil fuels? TGC reflects on the future of the mainline congregations in the US. Same as here I guess, growing irrelevance. There are loads of different ways to read the Bible. This one requires 10 chapters a day! I’ve
Howard Kellett is pondering on the difference between church and Sunday morning product Q has a good article by Brett McCracken (great name) on the same theme: Church: Marketing a non-commercial message? Which begs the question of how can the church be counter-cultural? And how
Back with some links after a two week paternity break. Here are some things that have caught my eye in the last few days. One or two others will get their own post… Patheos have an interesting set of articles on the future of evangelicalism
There are good reasons for leaving a church and some not so good ones Churches would be better if there was more confession Churches become better when not everyone presumes to be a teacher Churches become better when the leaders have a good motto
There may not be too many of these over the next couple of weeks. I’m on a couple of weeks paternity leave to begin the adjustment to having two kids, so if I blog at all I’d like it to have some content to it.
For those of you interested, if there’s no baby today that will make it three days late. Jubilee blog are having awards for ‘blogs that demonstrate the continued relevance of the Bible to the world today or otherwise give a Christian perspective on social and
Brian Croft is really helping me, (just need to apply, apply, apply) and this is a great post on individually pastoring your children Brett McCracken (great name) wonders if we are infotaining ourselves to death Mark Heath has another good post from Esther, this time