I’m one of a select few on the planet not to have seen Avatar, not been interested. However Mark Driscoll thinks it’s satanic and that’s piqued my interest. Andy shows up gossip magazines, celebrity and our notion of love in 52 words. Excellent.
Inequality in incomes can demonstrate how wealthy a country is and also how unjust it is. Here’s the income gap for the US Here’s some good thoughts on the gospel and the poor In a way this post connects the previous two as Kevin DeYoung
A great post from Tim Challies, God watches what you google Could evangelical Anglicans in the UK be this dynamic if they were freed from the shackles of a liberal church? Here are three good reasons why Christians should retain control over the education their
Tiger Woods recently apologised and announced his return to Buddhism. Al Mohler with the comment If you want to be more generous or more anything positive, you can retrain your desires I’m a fan of Tim Keller’s books and I’m excited by the theme of
Having just attended my first gay civil ceremony this caught my attention which Peter Ould gives the treatment it deserves Terry Virgo, went to Bible College with my dad, but other than that I have had little to no connection or contact with the man
A good post by Tim Challies on discipline Do you know what Ash Wednesday was all about? Skye Jethani will enlighten you This reminds me of why fighting for justice on the political level is important.
Anglicans in Australia are converting to Rome according to this article. Will any in the UK follow suit? The FT has a searching and slightly hostile view on the influence of Christians in the Conservative Party and the role of the Centre for Social Justice
This explains why when the earthquake struck Haiti poverty was the biggest killer I think my friend Matt Hosier is becoming a grumpy old man, but when he rants (as he does here about Valentines Day) he does it really well. John Starke has some