Be here now

Tim Challies has a great post on technology and mobile phones in particular based off the new Windows 7 for phones ad. Read the whole thing   “Microsoft is acknowledging in their advertising that we depend upon our phones and that these phones call us to depend upon them. The slave has become the master; we’ve become tools of our tools.” and “On the one hand we have become dependent upon our mobile phones. After all, they bring us great benefits. We are not ready to give them up. But…

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I link therefore I am (03.11.10)

Jubilee Centre have listed their top 7 blogs that apply a Christian worldview to the social issues of our day. I’ve added a few of them to my blog reader and I’ll see how we go. I’m no expert on twitter mostly because I have an old phone and see no need to upgrade or have a contract that upgrades me (not really helpful for me) but if you do tweet, here are a few hints Jay Richards explains why what he thinks the problem is with theistic evolution

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The dangers of a consumer church

Ed Stetzer has written a good article for Q ‘How Christian Consumers Ruin Pastors and Cheat the Mission of God’. Here are some highlights: Opening with the bruising, “Millions of Americans live in the shadow of churches that have become consumer Christian centres, but pastors are ruined and the mission of God is cheated when consumers enjoy goods and services from their local church.” to the equally timid, “God cannot receive glory in the church when pastors are always up front receiving the credit and doing the things that their…

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I link therefore I am (02.11.10)

Encouraging to see cautionary words on prosperity teaching (not a gospel) come from African theologians Mark Meynell’s treasure maps are always worth reading and these pictures are indeed stunning I wouldn’t mind living in homes like these. Ten British eco-homes It seems that All Saints Day is about remembering the dead. Not exactly Heb 12:1

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