All the news that’s fit to link.
- A U.S. judge has ordered the ban on circumcision to be removed from the fall ballot in San Francisco.
- Nicholas Kristof remembers both John Stott and the idea that not all Evangelicals are blowhards in this New York Times article.
- We’re getting weary following the Schullergate story, but the latest has Robert H. back on the board.
- Can’t post enough of these type of links: Jim Martin on Six Ways to Avoid Having an Affair.
- Or Jon Acuff on three perfectly easy ways to wreck your marriage with social media.
- Randy Alcorn looks at the two books written in response to Rob Bell‘s Love Wins and finds great material with surprisingly little overlap in the books by Francis Chan and Mark Galli.
- You can’t call it televangelism any more because they no longer use television. So how about intervangelism.
- This link is actually from 2009, but it’s good every once in awhile to get inside the anatomy of a witness/evangelism experience. (Note: Go Buses are a provincial transportation system serving the Toronto hinterland.)
- The amazing thing about this online book about Biblical Relationships is not the solid Biblical content or the clarity of the online formatting, but the fact that the author, Regis Wengel is only 19.
- Nothing intensely spiritual about it, but here’s an interesting one minute video about What Matters Most.
- ‘That was a great talk, can I have your notes and PowerPoint slides?’ John Stackhouse explains why the answer to that will always be ‘no.’
- Tony Campolo on ‘Baby smiles’ and having a joyful countenance. After you read this, copy and paste it and create your own brand of email forward.
- Speaking of babies, Jason Boyett now has a parenting blog; check out Dadequate: Ordinary Adventures of a Write-Brained Dad.
- This fall, Canada honors its own Christian musicians with the cross country Maple Noise Tour featuring Thousand Foot Krutch, Greg Sczebel, Manafest, Johnny Diaz, To Tell, Jon Bauer, Jodi King, Manic Drive… oh yeah, and some group called The Newsboys.
- Chaplain Mike at Internet Monk reports — with tongue firmly in cheek — on a group that finds the book of Genesis too explicit and is fighting to get it banned.
- Our closing cartoon this week is a somewhat random sample of what’s going on at Mighty Mag. Richard Gunther is a New Zealand artist whose work can also be seen on Ray Comfort’s webpage. In addition to various types of illustrations, a “daily nibble” provides a brief devotional thought. This one illustrates I Tim 1: 3-4 …