How will we be judged?

Tim Challies had an interesting piece reflecting on how history may look back on this part of church history. He reflects on three areas which he considers blindspots – abortion, creation care and slavery. This is interesting because it’s not the thing you’d normally expect to hear from Tim Challies (well not the second two anyway). Here’s what he says at the end of the paragraph on slavery. “Our culture of consumption, our sheer greed seems to fly in the face of God’s commands that we live free from the…

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I link therefore I am (10.08.2010)

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 does that play out with technology and communication. Challies reckons the latter is a modern day idol. On a different theme this is why praying for our children every night is important

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