The week in review:
- Russell D. Moore shares an audio interview with Shai Linne, writer and performer of the song that names names, Fal$e Teacher$.
- Almost every church has them. Challenged people who show up and even volunteer, but you’re always wondering if they get the big picture message.
- A couple in Pennsylvania that believes in faith healing, but not in medicine have lost custody of their children and now face new charges in the death of one of them.
- Despite offers of up to $15.7 million (US), churches in Atlanta have second thoughts about moving to make way for a new football stadium.
- Shane Hipps guested at Greg Boyd’s church on the weekend. Enjoyed every one of the 46 minutes of his sermon, Two Kinds of Life. (Also available on audio.)
- This is a link to a series of links in a series that you should at least glance at the outline: The ten commandments of apologetics.
- I don’t usually mention it, but I listen to Nadia Bolz-Weber every week, but Internet Monk also recommends this Good Shepherd Sunday sermon, after going through a week it’s hard to be a shepherd.
- Ben Witherington explains some of his reasons for embracing the Wesleyan approach to Christian theology.
- How post-Christian are you? The actual questions behind the Barna report that ranked cities in the United States.
- Jon Acuff offers a link to a free download of the first chapter of his new book Start, available at your local Christian bookstore.
- I decided to opt for a more fashionable Twitter handle @PaulW1lk1nson; links from here have been updated.