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- What happens when Anabaptist convictions and Catholic worlds collide? An interview with Jesus For President co-author (with Shane Claiborne) Chris Haw on his latest, From Willow Creek to Sacred Heart.
- CNN did an exhaustive profile on the father/son relationship between Charles Stanley and Andy Stanley. (Skip the comments, though; no wonder media outlets are shutting down their religion blogs.)
- For those of you with high speed internet, Duke Taber has a collection of ten contemporary Christian Christmas songs — never thought I’d have to construct a phrase that way — to put you in the mood for 12/25.
- For pastors, worship leaders, and church leaders in general: A contrast between success and fruitfulness in ministry.
- Some Arminians don’t want to include open theists in their group because it gives credence to a Calvinist belief that Arminianism is part of a slippery slope toward… open theism. Roger Olson explains.
- At Daily Encouragement, we were recently informed that in some parts of Asia, the equivalent to “How Are You?” is “Did You Eat?” We have much to be thankful for.
- Carolyn Arends and her 14-year old son are on opposite sides of the table when it comes to creation theory, as are many Evangelicals.
- Now, see, if we were into sensationalism, we’d include a link to the one about the 80 year old priest who bit the ear off another clergyman.
- Or the one where Pat Robertson dismisses the whole David Petreaus scandal as something to be expected. (And here’s the word he used.)
- A church an hour east of Toronto, Canada is using a mobile app as a major part of its church growth strategy.
- Albert Mohler thought the election results were an “Evangelical Disaster,” but one author thinks maybe it was a good thing.
- Inside Perspective: What does it look like when the funeral protestors show up in your own home town?
- When she’s not biographing Justin Beiber, Cathleen Falsani is following U2’s Bono to Georgetown University, where she summarizes the evening and includes a video of his full address.
- Mark D. Roberts referred to an author I remember reading, Ben Patterson who taught him to remember that our words should please God.
- Renown atheist Penn Jillette of magic team Penn and Teller has included the Bible in his list of six favorite books. Of course he’s being cynical.
- This links takes you to the channel for articles by Anna Heydenrych, an author women will resonate with, whose column Coffee Break originates with Gateway, a South African Christian news portal.